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Old 02-20-2004, 04:11 PM   #1
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Bypass a package during installation?


I'm trying to install a Fedora based distro which uses anaconda as installer but it seems that some packages are corupted on my CD. Is there a way to bypass the installation of a package after packages selection?. The package is tzdata which couldn't be unselected. Re-burning the iso image is not an option so I need a walkaround.

Note: tty2 is functional during install
 
  


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