Nikolaus at rath.org
Wed Mar 9 19:00:58 UTC 2011
Nikolaus Rath <Nikolaus at rath.org> writes:
> I'm a long term Debian and Ubuntu user and just tried to install Fedora
> 14. I want to share a couple of impressions:
> I don't have a CD writer at hand, so I downloaded the netinstall image.
> Following the instructions in the installation guide, I copied vmlinuz
> and initrd.img from the .iso and bootet into it using my existing grub2
> The first surprise came when the installer asked me where to install
> from. I downloaded the network image, so I thought it'd be obvious that
> I wanted to install from the network.
> Grmbl. Reboot, read the documentation again. Ok, apparently I should be
> able to manually enter the URL of a Fedora mirror. So I grab I piece of
> paper and write down
Kudos to the guys behind http://boot.fedoraproject.org, with the BFO
image the network installation is now just as pleasant as with Debian.
No need to memorize any URLs and image locations anymore.
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