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7.2. Alternative Installation Methods

The installation method screen below appears if one of the following is true:

  1. You started the installation with boot-only PXE, USB, CD, or DVD media.

  2. You entered the askmethod option at the boot: prompt.


	    Installation method screen.

Figure 7.1. Installation Method Screen

[Note] CD/DVD Activity

If you booted with Fedora Core installation Disc 1, the installation program loads its next stage from that disc. This happens regardless of which installation method you choose, unless you eject the disc before you proceed. The installation program still downloads package data from the source you choose.

Even if you booted from alternative media, you can still install Fedora Core from CD or DVD media. Alternately, you can install from ISO images stored on your computer's hard disk, or from a network server.


 
 
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