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"Slipstreaming" Linux Install Disks ?

Discussion in 'Linux and Unix' started by robert2513, Jan 27, 2005.

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  1. robert2513

    robert2513 Thread Starter

    Jun 6, 2003

    About 2 months ago, I downloaded the Fedora Core 3 disks. Since that time, I noticed that some of the applications have been updated: i.e. OpenOffice, KDE, the Kernel itself, etc.

    Is it possible to update the Fedora CDs with the latest software patches, kernel updates, and other updated software; sort of like how you do a "slipstreaming" with a Windows CD and a service pack?

    If so, how does one go about doing this?
    Thank you.
  2. Whiteskin


    Nov 15, 2002
    It's possible, but would be a complex procedure. It may be easier to just install a barebones system, and install everything you need off the net.
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