[CentOS-devel] combined x86_64 and i386 install media

Matt Rose mrose at n-able.com
Wed May 6 19:45:59 UTC 2009


Theoretically, anaconda can detect what CPU is installed.  That's why 
they throw up the error when you try to install 64bit on a non-capable 
system. 

However, anaconda's build scripts are all based around architectures, 
it's just a matter of getting package dirs for both i386 and x86_64 on a 
DVD and picking the right tree to install from.

I might take a stab at it.

Matt


Karanbir Singh wrote:
> Would anyone like to take up the task of building a combined i386/x86_64
> install DVD image ? It *should* be possible, just waiting on someone to try
>
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