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Re: SPRMS and regular

Am Mo, den 13.06.2005 schrieb Ahmed Abdel-Aliem um 16:57:

> when i get to download FC4 from this link 
> http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/4/i386/iso/
> i found CDs called SPRMS and regular CDs 
> what is the difference between them, and which one i should download !!!!
> any help would be appreciated, i can't wait to install FC4 

> Ahmed Abdel-Aliem

SRPMS are Source RPMs. These are shipped as the GPL says that software
under GPL must be published by sources too. These packages are of
interest for people wanting to modify something in the original binary

For the installation of FC4 you need the binary RPMs, thus the
FC4-i386-disc[1-4].iso files. Get only those. The BitTorrent download
will offer you only these and it is a better choice as it reduces the
risk to make the main Red Hat server and it's mirrors unresponsible.


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