FC5T2 ready for even a test release?
sundaram at redhat.com
Sun Jan 22 16:17:23 UTC 2006
> Going through the list and selecting everything would be a pita, the
> users that want the "everything" have already stated why they want it
> back. I'm on the side of the fence of "I don't care, I've never
> installed everything in 7 years and I never will". However, I can see
> from this string of e-mails "why" it is important to some and I really
> wouldn't want to go through each category and sub category to select
> each item either, seems it would be very time consuming and all around
> a pita.
Yes it can be a pain but why is it required at all?
> Minimum I think is more valid than everything, for reasons like were
> folks are limited to dial up or something slow and pulling down 5
> iso's over a week or however long that would take would just be
> 1.) download 6mb boot.iso
> 2.) http install with minimum
> 3.) yum install what you need as you go
> I don't have a d/l problem my self, I just like to install minium and
> put what I want on there sometimes.
Valid point here because you presented the use case of a dialup user and
that makes the difference.
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