jdinardo at ix.netcom.com
Mon Jan 15 04:22:16 PST 2001
As I said earlier , I installed Redhat 7.0 this afternoon and I was
able to boot into a full redhat/gnome system less than 15 minutes from the
time I opened the box.
I think the limiting factor in any distro install is the speed of the
cd which in my case was 32x for a HP cdrw drive.
I save my network,printer,... config info so I do not redo it every time
I install a distro or lfs so my config time is usually close to 0 minutes.
On Sun, Jan 14, 2001 at 10:40:52PM -0500, Jesse Tie Ten Quee wrote:
> Slack is easy, and i should not have included it in that list, but most
> main-stream distro's aren't that way and i've _never_ had RH or MDK only
> take 30min for an install...and it's not like i have crappy hardware
> Come on, i'm serious, i can take my MDK 7.2 cd(s) put them into my 50x
> cdrom on my thunberbird, select a miminal install and it will still be
> more then 30min, that's in my experience.
> I'm not dogging non-LFS systems, i actually really like Slackware and
> Debian.. but you ask the average Redhat, Mandrake or Debian user how
> long it takes to install and i bet you anything it's always over 30min
> if not closer to an hour.
> Jesse Tie Ten Quee - highos at highos dot com
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