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Old 04-08-2005, 12:12 PM   #1
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The Tree of SuSE


Is it necessary to download the whole 9.2 tree in order to install it over a network? Source RPMs are not required, but what about the rest?
 
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I guess you could also skip suse/x86_64 in case of a 32bit processor.
 
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That is a good idea.. I did not even consider that, and I wonder how much space that will save?
 
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Konqueror tells me it saves you 2.8 GB
 
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Konqueror tells me it saves you 2.8 GB
Thanks a lot for the research. Pretty soon I will be downloading it so that SuSE 9.2 can be install across my network. I have a twenty gig hard drive that I am going to place into my root for the SuSE tree. This should be enough for the tree, perhaps the updates, and if I am lucky the supplemental KDE. I maybe pushing it a little.
 
  


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