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Commit 69f2d6c4 authored by Grant Ayers's avatar Grant Ayers

Updated Fedora Core 4 information.

parent e25f49bb
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<a NAME="OsChoices"></a>
For example, you may specify what
Operating System is booted on your nodes. We currently support FreeBSD
4.10, Linux RedHat 9.0, and
4.10, RedHat Linux 9.0, Fedora Core 4, and
<a href="../doc/docwrapper.php3?docname=windows.html"> Windows&nbsp;XP</a>.
<a href="../faq.php3?#SWS-WIN2K">Windows 2000</a> is not supported.
Fedora Core 2 (Linux 2.6)
......@@ -1228,7 +1228,7 @@ overkill to create your own disk image, we can assure you it is not!
The most common approach is to use the
<a href="https://www.emulab.net/newimageid_ez.php3">New Image Descriptor</a>
form to create a disk image that contains a customized version of the
standard Redhat Linux partition or the FreeBSD partition. Or, you can
standard Linux partition or the FreeBSD partition. Or, you can
start from scratch and load your own operating system in any of the
DOS partitions, and then capture that partition when you are
done. Either way, all you need to do is enter the node name in the
......@@ -1264,8 +1264,8 @@ default images as a base, goes like this:
running as you want it to when it comes up.
<li> When we make global images for everybody (like WINXP-SP1,
FBSD410-STD, and RHL90-STD), the final thing we do before grabbing
the image is log in as root and run the 'prepare' script. It
FBSD410-STD, RHL90-STD, and FC4-STD), the final thing we do before
grabbing the image is log in as root and run the 'prepare' script. It
cleans out all of the other user accounts and per-experiment stuff
so a clean image is saved. Then at experiment swap-in time, the
Emulab management scripts create all of the accounts with
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