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7.6.  FTP Installation Setup

To install from a FTP server, select FTP from the Installation Method menu and select OK . The following screen appears:


	    FTP setup dialog.

Figure 7.5. FTP Setup Dialog

Enter the name or IP address of the FTP server and the directory where the installation files reside. Refer to Section 3.3, “Installing from a Server or Web Site” for information on how to locate a FTP mirror and enter its information here.

The FTP service setup dialog also has a Use non-anonymous ftp option. If your FTP server does not provide anonymous access, select this check box. You must have an account on the FTP server to use this option.

Select OK to continue. If you are using the default, anonymous FTP service, continue with Chapter 8, Welcome Dialog .

If you are using a non-anonymous FTP login, the following dialog appears:


	    Non-anonymous FTP account dialog.

Figure 7.6. Non-anonymous FTP Account Dialog

Enter your username and password in the spaces provided. Then select OK to continue. Proceed with Chapter 8, Welcome Dialog .


 
 
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