Installing F7 by CD and not by DVD
Ed.Greshko at greshko.com
Tue Jun 5 09:17:33 UTC 2007
>> In this day and age you think 2.9GB is "a lot"?
> Actually, it is quite a lot. 200 GB drives aren't the norm, not yet.
Funny. Here in Taiwan when you go out to get a system the standard desktop
has 150GB. The standard laptop is either 60 or 80. And I really wonder how
much of that space people actually use.
>> And, why does it require repartitioning?
> Wild guess: The prior installation used one small partition (boot) and
> one large partition (LVM).
> These days, I do my own, normal, ext3 partitioning. I have a "spare"
> one that stays between installs for such things. Another option is post
> installation, you make your install space holding the ISO the /tmp
Maybe I think ahead to much.
>> They're making 4GB USB disks for less than USD 40 for crying out
>> loud...unless you live in Australia I suppose.
> :-) I don't think I've actually seen one larger than 2 gigs, here, yet.
The largest here is 16GB.
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