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Old 19th April 2012, 11:19 PM
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Use the Anaconda Installer to install a LiveCD image

The live image installation is more fast than Anaconda DVD Installer.

Is posible build a installer based on Fedora DVD installer that install a customized liveDVD image?. I guess that the installation will be more faster.

The problem for big liveDVD (4GB) installations is the RAM memory requirements during the installation. The Fedora DVD installer only need 1 GB or 512 MB.

Maybe this is imposible, what should I do for a faster installation from DVD.

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Aliosh Neira
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Old 20th April 2012, 03:49 PM
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Re: Use the Anaconda Installer to install a LiveCD image

Live CD is in fact a customised build from a DVD distribution. You can do your own Live CD or DVD. The same iso image can be put on USB stick, this way the installation will be faster. For Fedora 16 you need 768 MB memory.
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