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Hey all, I am redoing my computer so to speak, and I killed my god-forsaken Windows ME (god I hate ME) and was attempting to put XP on, but my computer didn't like that idea (my machine is more than capable of running it though) and instead I have decided to go to Fedora Core. I have Fedora Core 1 on it right now (thanks to cd's I had of it) and was going to put Fedora Core 4 on (ya know upgrade big time) and was just wondering whether or not I actually needed all of the ISO images from redhat.com? I went under the 4/i386 category (I am using a PIII 667 machine) and there's 9 ISO's there. Do I need all of them? Or do I just need either the SRPMS or the regular disc ISO's? Just wondering, I have finished the disc1.iso, and am about halfway through 2 and 3, I just wanted to know if I needed the SRPMS ones as well? I understand the recoverycd ISO, but I just thought I'd ask if anyone knew the answer to this? Thanks.
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