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Hi All,Hope i get the answer i want here. I have Fedora 14 on my old desktop,Thats it no other OS. Is there a way i can downlosd packages to usb on my vista laptop then install to my dasktop. you know things like mplayer and all the codes.
That is just one.... You can browse the packages and download manually. Don't forget to grab all needed dependencies. Just need to browse around and download whatever you need for your specific platform, like i386, 64 bit, etc.
is there a reason that there is no internet connection to the fedora 14 box ?
like you do not have any internet at home and use ONLY the wireless on the laptop in a coffee shop
You can not get the internet to work in fedora