On 06/10/2015 03:50 PM, Scott Dowdle wrote:
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> I like to install to the local hard drive using the Live DVD.
> I haven't seen that utility on any of the Live USB's I have
> made up. Huh? Am I missing something?
What LiveDVD image are you referring to? All of the offical Live media from the Fedora
Project is installable... although there maybe one or two that don't have an
"Install to hard drive" icon on the desktop by default. For example the KDE
spin is like that... you have to hunt down the "liveinst" program in the menu or
run it directly with a search and/or Alt+F2.
If you are talking about Live media you have built yourself... if you don't have a
liveinst program, you probably just need to add a few packages to your kickstart and build
again. What packages? I'll save that as an exercise for the reader... but a hint
would be to look at one or more of the kickstarts used to build the official Fedora Live
media which can be found in the fedora-kickstarts package.
If I cut it to a DVD, it is installable. But the feature seems to
be missing if I cut it to a USB
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