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    Hi

    My objective is to Re-master Fedora Core 5 into a single CD.... am
    pretty much new to Linux... I have about a weeks time to accomplish
    this... will be great if anyone can guide me on where to start off &
    provide me with a couple of links that could help...

    regards

    linuxnewbie82

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    Quote Originally Posted by linuxnewbie82
    Hi

    My objective is to Re-master Fedora Core 5 into a single CD.... am
    pretty much new to Linux... I have about a weeks time to accomplish
    this... will be great if anyone can guide me on where to start off &
    provide me with a couple of links that could help...

    regards

    linuxnewbie82
    What exactly do you need this for? A place where you might want to start is here, though it guides you through building an updated DVD, you could easily remove the appropriate non-dependent packages at that step. If you have more details as to what exactly your goals are, I can probably help you out.

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    Hello Michael

    Well, i'm actually trying to come up with a minimal Linux distribution inbuilt with an Image Server, Post-Gre Sql & PostGIS... In addition, it needs to have a File manager, a Desktop Manager & Apache Webserver....

    well i want to start off with these & then add other applications as per requirement.

    Also, the Maximum size of the whole setup should not exceed One CD... Your suggestions & ideas are solicited.

    regards

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    Had you tried checking out Berry Linux? It's based on Fedora Core, and is one single CD, though you will need to then drop in Apache and some other packages that were removed.

    http://berry.sourceforge.jp/

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    well, thats something to start off with!!! atleast now i have ONE person who has re-mastered Fedora...

    thanks for that michael. kindly keep me posted......

    regards...


    Quote Originally Posted by Michael
    Had you tried checking out Berry Linux? It's based on Fedora Core, and is one single CD, though you will need to then drop in Apache and some other packages that were removed.

    http://berry.sourceforge.jp/

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