On 12/03/10 19:27, Adam Williamson wrote:
> Bringing it back to dialup.
> Fedora liveCD 500-700mb
> CentOS DVD 3.5GB app.
> Fedora 1, CentOS 0
In my experience, many users with restricted bandwidth actually prefer a
*larger* install image, as then they at least have a databank of
software available without an internet connection.
I bow to your experience.
They will often
acquire a DVD image from someone with a faster connection, or just by
buying a DVD through the post or whatever, and then they can install
most everything they need without using the internet connection. This is
not possible with the restricted range of software available on the live
Then why not change the way Fedora is presented in the release notes.
(said in half jest yesterday, by myself)
That to keep Fedora fully updated
"A highspeed internet connection is recommended"
No, I'm not trying to help create a two-tier community.
Just maybe thinking on something.
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