Now i have Fedora Core CDs. I want to install on my existing rh9 server. Can i do upgrade installation on rh9 server. and is there any major changes in DNS server configuration in Fedora.
I'm assuming you did check your MD5 checksums, having cleared that....
I had the very same problem you talk about and it turns out it's most
probably your cd-rom, check out this link.
i actually downloaded all 3 isos twice, even tough the checksums where
o.k. the first time and burned 3 copies of fedora. i tought it was a
problem with my HD, and so i reinstalled another OS just to check if
that worked. and it did, so having ruled out the HD i tried running the
test on another computer and voila all three cd's aced the tests.
aparently fedora core 1 gets picky sometimes with cheap cd-rom drives
and i know my cd-rom is the cheapest one i could get. and thats only
sometimes because i changed cd drives for an ecqually cheap one and it
worked out great.
dont try installing if it fails the test, (i tried a couple of times)
it's just going to fail again during the install and make you reboot, at
best its going to do a very messy grub install that doesnt let you boot
I'm going to be giving a LUG talk on fedora and sort of thought it might be a
good idea to have some shared sides or maybe just templates. Maybe templates
in in common tools such as MagicPoint and OOo
What do people think?
My talk will probably go into fc2 a bit, but I will be doing an intro, fud
It is a question about fedora-docs.
Almost all the file names of fedora-docs do not correspond to multilingual.
Originally you should be as follows.
Is such correction made?
Tadashi Jokagi/Shibuya city mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Yokukitana with PukiWiki http://elf.no-ip.org/wiki/
I would like to volunteer to the fedora-docs project as a technical
writer/editor. I have already started a HOWTO/tutorial on the topic of
keeping multiple fedora systems up2date with yum. Would this be useful
for the project? Is there somewhere I can send or check in my XML
sources I have so far?
Hello everyone, I looking to help out where I can with the documentation
project. However, I have a few questions which I could not find answers
1. Are sections on the project site the only ones being pursued?
The main site shows --
Tammy Fox: Installation Guide
Paul W. Frields: TBD
Luiz Rocha: Configuring and Using PDAs
2. For sections underway, what are their status?
3. Are there any priorities or road maps for this project?
4. The main Red Hat site already has some great documentation which is
largely applicable to Fedora, is anybody "converting" or "borrowing"
from this to get started? (better yet, are we allowed to do so, legally)