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Old 03-22-2003, 01:06 AM   #1
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Locating Disc 2,3,4,5 later after installing 1 Redhat disc

Yea, I want to know if i can install the rest of the red hat 8.0 disc later after i do a basic installation of linux, since i only have 3 cds, and theres like 7 cds to download. i want to be able to install the rest later. can i do that? i try that in mandrake linux 9.0 in install update software packages. but I couldn't input disc 3 (international disc) because i didn't know the command or something. whats the command? I'm about to install Redhat and mabe another linux OS.
Old 03-22-2003, 01:13 AM   #2
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it's possible
haven't used rd8 but pretty sure u can find menu
softwaremanager/rpmmanager or simmilar
click and go..

u can always use too
how to install/remove rpm files.. search this forum
there are tons..

quick note
#rpm -Uvh file-version.rpm
#rpm -e file-version


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