So I got the Live CD for Fedora 12, when I boot from the CD I try to run "Install to Hard Drive" I see it launching the program, but then it just disappears and it doesn't run. What is happening?
on 12/05/2009 – Made popular on 12/05/2009
Here is my delima..... I am trying to install Fedora 11 via FTP. I know my FTP server is working and it is verified. The problem that i am having is that the older versions you used to be able to choose FTP install from the boot CD itself but now you cannot.
I installed Ubuntu 11.10 onto a USB stick, and it works well on the whole. However, I would like a permanent installation on my USB that I can boot whenever I want. At the moment, everytime I boot from the USB it comes up with the install menu offering me two options - whether to "try it" or install it to my hard drive.
Hi guys, I am a complete noob.... heres my situation, I have installed fedora 11 on my desktop computer last night. I am trying to dual boot windows vista ultimate and fedora 11. My hard drive is 250 gb and I have aloted 200 gb for vista and the rest to linux which is an unpartitioned space.
I have installed ubuntu before on my laptop (hp envy m6) before no problem. I currently have a CLEAN (i think) install of windows 8 (meh) on it. I am trying to now keep my Windows 8 install on the internal drive, and USB boot off of a 500GB toshiba external USB drive. I have the Fedora 18 disk in the DVD drive.
I have a laptop that I want to dual boot winxp and linux. I'd like to be able to run a mythtv frontend on it so that I can watch shows in my office and not lose the screen space on my regular desktop. I was thinking of three possible directions to go. I have a question to go with each though.
I new in Fedora, before I used to work with Ubuntu, now I use Fedora 16
My question is when I install any program for example a game Supertuxkart...
First I try to install it by "yum install supertuxkart" so in this case this install the 7.2 version, but the last version is 7.3. How can I force the installation by "yum install... " with the last version?...