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Old 04-06-2006, 10:06 AM   #1
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updating existing installation


hi,
I have RHEL 4 installed on my system. But i dont have cd's to update it but i have iso's on harddisk as well as in network i have NFS server also. SO is there any way i can update my rhel system withouts using CD's?
 
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Locally is faster, so mount /path/to/file.iso -t loop /some/mountpoint
 
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how can i do that on a formatted harddisk?
 
  


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