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Old 8th September 2009, 06:41 PM
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install core version Fedora 11

Hello Everyone,

I need to install a fedora as a ¨core¨ system. i mean: what i need is the command line, so n GUI etc. but i cant figure out how to do this. i already have Fedora 11 installed with a GUI. could one of you help me?

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Old 8th September 2009, 06:52 PM
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Hello JV.com,

An easy way to do that is simply uncheck all packages and groups in Anaconda. I mean everything. It will then install only 184 packages and reboot to a login prompt. Now that's "core" IMO. There is enough basic stuff installed to connect to the Internet and yum install anything else you want. I routinely install Fedora this way nowadays.
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