Novell & Open Source
dtimpson at gmail.com
Wed Feb 16 13:54:22 MST 2005
For those that don't have DVD drives in there machines, you can mount
the dvd iso to a loopback device and then create a symlink to the
apache htdocs directory and do HTTP network installs. The live CD's
can be used to do network installs. This is the prefered method here
at work because if clients need new packages Yast points to the http
location and you don't have to tote around cd's
On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 13:20:39 -0700, Eric Jensen <eric at emstraffic.com> wrote:
> Suse Pro is $90, what is so great about it?
> Kenneth Burgener wrote:
> > Steve Dibb wrote:
> >> I found this yesterday -- way coolies. The Linux Mirror Project.
> >> Basically torrents of popular distros.
> >> Here are Suse's.
> >> http://www.tlm-project.org/torrents/suse/i386/9.2/
> > The DVD image is the same FTP DVD image that is available for download
> > straight from Novell. From my experience the 9.2 FTP-DVD image is a
> > crippled version of the 9.2 Pro DVD image that you can purchase.
> > From Novell download:
> > ab648822abbd89906adb66f7cddd6bc2 SUSE-Linux-9.2-FTP-DVD.iso
> > From tlm project:
> > ab648822abbd89906adb66f7cddd6bc2 SUSE-Linux-9.2-DVD.iso
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