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Re: anaconda book

On Fri, Feb 07, 2003 21:59:43 at 09:59:43PM +0530, Keith Fernandez (keith theargoncompany com) wrote:
> Another area is those who want to setup linux on small P100 machines, where
> the default redhat installation is much more than what would fit on a
> P100. Such people would like to do a small install rather than moving to LFS
> or another distro.

...which is exactly why the RULE project (**) was started, and why the
very first thing to do was to hack anaconda to work in (much) less
than 32 MB of RAM. Kudos once more to Michael Fratoni for actually
doing it, and, IIRC his comments, an anaconda book, or at least much
more (current) online docs about its internals would have helped a

		Marco Fioretti
Marco Fioretti                 m.fioretti, at the server inwind.it
(**) Red Hat for low memory    http://www.rule-project.org/en/

Nature is very un-American.  Nature never hurries.
						-- William George Jordan

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