fc7 archives will need to be kept open

Janina Sajka janina at rednote.net
Wed Dec 5 10:48:09 EST 2007

Three points, Jude:

1.)	You don't need to burn a DVD to install

2.)	Fedora has not provided cd rom images since FC6.

3.)	As previously announced, if you really must have discs, go to
Cheap Bytes at let loose of a couple dollars.


Jude DaShiell writes:
> Not everybody can burn a DVD on their systems.  One I learned about in 
> smartco while working over there on a wednesday evening a user had bought 
> for his system required at least a 788MHZ clock speed and unfortunately 
> for him his clock speed was too slow on his system.  I can probably get 
> software to burn a DVD on my mac mini but this machine hasn't got a DVD 
> burner on it either.  Unless could using wodim with the overburn option 
> with a DVD blank in the drive do the trick?  I've never read about that 
> working anywhere but it might be worth an experiment on one DVD to find 
> out.
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