how to jigdo download a fedora 8 re-spin in one easy step?
dgboles at gmail.com
Thu Jan 3 02:29:05 UTC 2008
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Gene Heskett wrote:
> I'll have to second that motion myself, jigdo pulled the 64 bit F8 in just a
> few hours, where bittorrent might still be working on it. And its updating
> the install plus putting in kde right now on my lappy. Looks good so far,
> feels good so far (even if it is gnome with all its nagging housewife crap,
> it won't even let you sudo cuz gene is not in the list of sudoers, gotta fix
> that bs!)
It is not necessary to install, or have installed, the GNOME Desktop to
run Fedora. Fedora runs perfectly well without GNOME. Go to the software
update/install (not sure what it is called, or where is is, in the KDE
menu and that will let you, with a GUI, completely remove the GNOME
desktop. Dependencies and all. This can also be done from the CLI but
that tends to confuse some people.
> So how do you edit that list if it takes root to do it?
You open a terminal, become root, and do the editing to the sudoers
config. Read the directions first. That is important.
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