Hi all :)I'm trying to install CentOS 6.3 at the moment (both in a VM and native on a Athlon 64 machine) and have a little problem:Anaconda (13.21) from the CentOS-6.3-... [by toni-kfj]
Hi, we recently switched from centos 5.8 to centos 6.3 and noticed that a few anaconda/python functions/modules have gone. These modules are kudzu and some of isys methods like doGetBiosDisk or har... [by recksiek]
Based on what anaconda says, I think it does use NM itself, even though you would not install it to the system. Obviously the anaconda GUI should be able to configure NM for the install, and in pr... [by jlehtone]
Might have been Kudzu, I seemed to remember it saying Anaconda but that was a long time ago. But the real question is how do I get the fax modem to fax from CentOS? I have done fax from PC to serv... [by taylorkh]
anyone out there gonna wait for F19? i thought about installing F18 but reading to many stories about how terrible Anaconda is at the moment that made me decide not to go ahead an install F18. i hope its much better by the time i go an install F19 or i might do what Alan Cox has done an install Ubuntu :p https://plus.google.com/u/0/11110412...ts/aCiB7kTLXTh
I've installed F18 on an few boxes without any problems. I used the same method to install on all boxes: I wrote the ISO-image of the kde-live-cd (x86-64) to an USB-stick and booted it. Everything works just fine like that, until it comes to the thinkpad T420.
On the T420 the live-distro boots an runes well. KDE is working like it should. I can start anaconda with /usr/bin/liveinst.