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Re: .discinfo



I found some info, so I thought I would post it here. If anybody needed to knoe
This concerns the 4th line in .discinfo which is called disc number
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disc number (it seems you can "merge" files from two discs by using
disc number like '1,2,3'; this might be interesting for burning DVDs
without having to regenerate hdlist - e.g. do-it-yourself RH DVD*)
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That looks cool that means you dont have to regenerate hdlist, if all you want is to create 1 CD with rpms from the 3 CD's.
 
This is the link that got me there.
 
Regards,
Keith
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Linux: because I want to get there today.  Without rebooting.
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Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, January 12, 2003 3:44 PM
Subject: .discinfo

Hi,
Does anyone know what the .discinfo file is all about.It is present on your RedHat CDROM in the root folder. This is what my file says.
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1042210737.983097
Redhat 8.0 (Psyche)
 
1,2,3
RedHat/base
RedHat/RPMS
RedHat/pixmaps
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does anyone know what 1,2,3 mean.
Does it mean that the installer will look for 3 CD's
I am trying to get RPMS from 3 CD into one CD, I think build-install from anaconda-runtime generates this file.
 
 
Regards,
Keith
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Linux: because I want to get there today. Without rebooting.
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