Finally got hold of FC2 now how to install it

Phil Schaffner Philip.R.Schaffner at
Tue May 18 15:56:41 UTC 2004

On Tue, 2004-05-18 at 11:38, John Hearns wrote:
... snip ...
> Or you could go for the brute force method of borrowing a USB CD-ROM
> drive or a USB floppy drive. Not so much fun, I know.
> Or, you could try booting from a USB stick with the boot.iso on it.
> I almost got my mini-ITX board doing this.
> Sadly the VIA-Rhine Ethernet driver isn't one of the stock drivers 
> at instlal time, and I had no way of getting a driver on (no floppy)

USB installation support has been problematic for a number of
installations discussed on fedora-test-list - probably best to go with
the hard disk or network install methods discussed on this thread if you

OTOH, if you try it and it fails, please add to or start a
new entry for FC2.

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