Fedora Core 1 distro available

November 22, 2003 8:46 pm

Fedora Core 1, available through the Distro Wizard.

[img]http://fedora.redhat.com/images/header-fedora_logo.png[/img]

http://fedora.redhat.com

This is a minimal install, RPM list to follow.

Thanks and Enjoy!
-Chris

14 Responses

  1. acl-2.2.7-2
    acpid-1.0.2-5
    anacron-2.3-29
    apmd-3.0.2-20
    apt-0.5.15cnc2-1.fr
    ash-0.3.8-15
    aspell-0.50.3-16
    aspell-en-0.51-6
    at-3.1.8-46.1
    attr-2.4.1-2
    authconfig-4.3.8-1
    autofs-3.1.7-42
    basesystem-8.0-2
    bash-2.05b-31
    bc-1.06-15.1
    beecrypt-3.0.1-0.20030630.1
    bind-utils-9.2.2.P3-9
    bzip2-1.0.2-10
    bzip2-libs-1.0.2-10
    chkconfig-1.3.9-1
    comps-1-0.20031103
    coreutils-5.0-24
    cpio-2.5-5
    cracklib-2.7-23
    cracklib-dicts-2.7-23
    crontabs-1.10-5
    cyrus-sasl-2.1.15-6
    cyrus-sasl-md5-2.1.15-6
    cyrus-sasl-plain-2.1.15-6
    db4-4.1.25-14
    dev-3.3.8-2
    devlabel-0.42.05-2
    dhclient-3.0pl2-6.16
    diffutils-2.8.1-9
    dos2unix-3.1-16
    dosfstools-2.8-11
    dump-0.4b34-1
    e2fsprogs-1.34-1
    ed-0.2-34
    eject-2.0.13-3
    elfutils-0.89-2
    elfutils-libelf-0.89-2
    ethtool-1.8-2.1
    expat-1.95.5-3
    fbset-2.1-14
    fedora-logos-1.1.20-1
    fedora-release-1-3
    file-4.02-2
    filesystem-2.2.1-5
    findutils-4.1.7-17
    finger-0.17-18.1
    ftp-0.17-18
    gawk-3.1.3-3
    gdbm-1.8.0-21
    gettext-0.12.1-1
    glib-1.2.10-11
    glib2-2.2.3-1.1
    glibc-2.3.2-101.1
    glibc-common-2.3.2-101.1
    gmp-4.1.2-9
    gnupg-1.2.2-3
    gpm-1.20.1-38
    grep-2.5.1-17
    groff-1.18.1-29
    grub-0.93-7
    gzip-1.3.3-11
    hesiod-3.0.2-27
    hotplug-2003_08_05-1
    hwdata-0.101-1
    info-4.5-2
    initscripts-7.42-1
    iproute-2.4.7-11
    iptables-1.2.8-13
    iputils-20020927-9.1
    irda-utils-0.9.15-1.1
    isdn4k-utils-3.2-5.p1
    jfsutils-1.1.3-1
    jwhois-3.2.2-1.1
    kbd-1.08-11
    kernel-2.4.22-1.2115.nptl
    kernel-pcmcia-cs-3.1.31-13
    kernel-smp-2.4.22-1.2115.nptl
    kernel-utils-2.4-9.1.101.fedora
    krb5-libs-1.3.1-6
    krbafs-1.2.2-1
    kudzu-1.1.36-1
    less-378-11.1
    lftp-2.6.5-4
    lha-1.14i-12
    libacl-2.2.7-2
    libattr-2.4.1-2
    libgcc-3.3.2-1
    libgcj-3.3.2-1
    libpcap-0.7.2-7.1
    libstdc++-3.3.2-1
    libtermcap-2.0.8-36
    libuser-0.51.7-2
    libwvstreams-3.70-12
    libxml2-2.5.11-1
    libxml2-python-2.5.11-1
    lockdev-1.0.1-1.3
    logrotate-3.6.10-1
    logwatch-4.3.2-2.1
    losetup-2.11y-29
    lrzsz-0.12.20-17
    lsof-4.68-1
    lvm-1.0.3-13
    mailcap-2.1.14-1.1
    mailx-8.1.1-31.1
    make-3.79.1-18
    MAKEDEV-3.3.8-2
    man-1.5k-12
    man-pages-1.60-4
    mingetty-1.06-2
    minicom-2.00.0-17
    mkinitrd-3.5.14-1
    mktemp-1.5.1-1
    modutils-2.4.25-13
    mount-2.11y-29
    mtools-3.9.9-4
    mtr-0.52-3
    mt-st-0.7-12.1
    nano-1.2.1-3
    ncurses-5.3-9
    netconfig-0.8.19-2
    net-tools-1.60-20.1
    newt-0.51.6-1
    nfs-utils-1.0.6-1
    nscd-2.3.2-101.1
    nss_ldap-207-3
    ntsysv-1.3.9-1
    openldap-2.1.22-8
    openssh-3.6.1p2-19
    openssh-clients-3.6.1p2-19
    openssh-server-3.6.1p2-19
    openssl-0.9.7a-23
    pam-0.77-15
    pam_krb5-2.0.4-1
    pam_smb-1.1.7-2
    parted-1.6.3-31
    passwd-0.68-4
    pax-3.0-7
    pcre-4.4-1
    perl-5.8.1-92
    perl-Filter-1.29-8
    pinfo-0.6.7-2
    popt-1.8.1-0.30
    portmap-4.0-57
    ppp-2.4.1-15
    prelink-0.3.0-13
    procmail-3.22-11
    procps-2.0.17-1
    psmisc-21.3-2.RHEL.0
    pyOpenSSL-0.5.1-11
    python-2.2.3-7
    python-optik-1.4.1-1
    pyxf86config-0.3.12-1
    quota-3.06-11
    raidtools-1.00.3-6
    rdate-1.3-3
    rdist-6.1.5-30.1
    readline-4.3-7
    redhat-config-network-tui-1.3.10-1
    redhat-config-securitylevel-tui-1.2.11-1
    reiserfs-utils-3.6.8-1.1
    rhnlib-1.4-1
    rhpl-0.121-1
    rmt-0.4b34-1
    rootfiles-7.2-6
    rpm-4.2.1-0.30
    rpm-python-4.2.1-0.30
    rp-pppoe-3.5-8
    rsh-0.17-19
    rsync-2.5.6-19
    run-2.0-3
    schedutils-1.3.0-4
    sed-4.0.8-1
    sendmail-8.12.10-1.1.1
    setarch-1.0-1
    setserial-2.17-13
    setup-2.5.27-1.1
    setuptool-1.13-2
    shadow-utils-4.0.3-12
    slang-1.4.5-18.1
    slocate-2.6-10
    specspo-9.0.92-1
    star-1.5a18-2
    stunnel-4.04-6
    sudo-1.6.7p5-2
    symlinks-1.2-20
    sysklogd-1.4.1-13
    syslinux-2.06-1
    SysVinit-2.85-5
    talk-0.17-21
    tar-1.13.25-12
    tcpdump-3.7.2-7.1
    tcp_wrappers-7.6-34.as21.1
    tcsh-6.12-5
    telnet-0.17-26.2
    termcap-11.0.1-17
    time-1.7-22
    tmpwatch-2.9.0-2
    traceroute-1.4a12-20.1
    tzdata-2003d-1
    unix2dos-2.2-20
    unzip-5.50-35
    up2date-4.1.16-1
    usbutils-0.11-2.1
    usermode-1.69-1
    utempter-0.5.3-2
    util-linux-2.11y-29
    vconfig-1.8-1
    vim-common-6.2.121-1
    vim-minimal-6.2.121-1
    vixie-cron-3.0.1-76
    wget-1.8.2-15.3
    which-2.16-1
    words-2-21
    wvdial-1.53-12
    yum-2.0.4-2
    zip-2.3-18
    zlib-1.2.0.7-2

  2. oh so the min install doe snot ahev apahce etc. is there a large install avaiable?

  3. There is no larger image available — it’s so easy to install stuff I figured smaller was better.
    For example (you can use apt-get instead of yum, btw):

    [code]yum install httpd mysql-server mysql php php-mysql[/code]
    or
    -Chris

  4. Would you mind doing a large image also?

  5. [quote:7eba553c4d=”fredz”]Would you mind doing a large image also?[/quote]

    Trust caker when he says it’s easy to install stuff 🙂

    I did the following in about 10 minutes and ended up with a perfectly working Invisionboard installation:

    yum install httpd mysql-server mysql php php-mysql
    service httpd start
    service mysqld start
    mysqld
    create the database/user
    tar zxvf 1p3Final[1].tar.gz
    visit the appropriate installation page and you’re done!

    See this thread for a complete HOWTO: http://www.linode.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=1873#1873

    If you only want apache, I’d imagine that won’t take more than 60secs to install!

  6. Is there any ways to make the distro smaller like Debian Small Distro (80MB)?

    I found some folks here said he use small Debian add apache,php & mysql he end up with 120MB.

  7. [quote:e4edd6c693=”jojoe”]Is there any ways to make the distro smaller like Debian Small Distro (80MB)?

    I found some folks here said he use small Debian add apache,php & mysql he end up with 120MB.[/quote]
    You can always remove what you don’t need — otherwise, this is as small as the installer would go (and then some).

    -Chris

  8. [quote:8b370ed9b9=”Quik”]
    yum install httpd mysql-server mysql php php-mysql
    service httpd start
    service mysqld start
    mysqld
    create the database/user
    tar zxvf 1p3Final[1].tar.gz
    visit the appropriate installation page and you’re done!
    [/quote]
    Is Yum the same as apt-get in Debian? Is it recommended above apt-get in Fedora?

  9. [quote:3db719f47b=”fredz”][quote:3db719f47b=”Quik”]
    yum install httpd mysql-server mysql php php-mysql
    service httpd start
    service mysqld start
    mysqld
    create the database/user
    tar zxvf 1p3Final[1].tar.gz
    visit the appropriate installation page and you’re done!
    [/quote]
    Is Yum the same as apt-get in Debian? Is it recommended above apt-get in Fedora?[/quote]

    It does seem to function almost exactly the same as apt-get. I don’t really know anything much about it though other than it’s a breeze to use 🙂

  10. Hmmm do you only enter “yum install name”
    I tried “pico” and “links” but it doesn’t seem to know them.
    lynx did work. Still need to install stuff the tar.gz way then?

  11. [quote:128744f55f=”fredz”]Hmmm do you only enter “yum install name”
    I tried “pico” and “links” but it doesn’t seem to know them.
    lynx did work. Still need to install stuff the tar.gz way then?[/quote]

    There are various repositories with different sets of packages in them, though I don’t have their addresses to hand. RPM is also installed in Fedora, which is almost as quick and hassle-free.

  12. [quote:faacdf846d=”Quik”] RPM is also installed in Fedora, which is almost as quick and hassle-free.[/quote]
    You find that? Well I like yum getting all those dependencies, unlike rpm!

  13. [quote:f925176825=”Quik”]
    yum install httpd mysql-server mysql php php-mysql
    service httpd start
    service mysqld start
    mysqld
    create the database/user
    tar zxvf 1p3Final[1].tar.gz
    visit the appropriate installation page and you’re done!
    [/quote]
    Did that, but it seems version 2.0.47 and not 2.0.48 gets installed of Apache. How do I upgrade to .48 easily?

  14. [quote:6abb2f8126=”fredz”][quote:6abb2f8126=”Quik”]
    yum install httpd mysql-server mysql php php-mysql
    service httpd start
    service mysqld start
    mysqld
    create the database/user
    tar zxvf 1p3Final[1].tar.gz
    visit the appropriate installation page and you’re done!
    [/quote]
    Did that, but it seems version 2.0.47 and not 2.0.48 gets installed of Apache. How do I upgrade to .48 easily?[/quote]

    On another note, check this out if you haven’t already seen it (complete guide to getting a working forum): http://www.linode.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=1873#1873

    I’m not sure about the apache upgrade, it’s most likely not on the repositories but some of the important fixes will have been backported (usually security fixes). If you still really want to upgrade, then check out this page:

    http://people.redhat.com/jorton/FedoraC1-httpd/

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