hansbkk at gmail.com wrote: ... > Thanks for the offer Phil. Sorry I'm a noob to the process, specifically > how do you suggest we work together on this documentation? Are you > proposing we email back and forth, and if so, do you mean here within > the list or privately? > > If the CentOS wiki works like others, I'd think the most efficient way > would be to just give me edit access and then you can feel free to > edit/re-organize my contributions as you see fit. I'd be happy to start > off with the structure you've suggested, but I'm sure you/we'll want to > tweak it as we move forward and I've no problem with that. A combination would probably be ideal - agree on an approach on-list then proceed with Wiki editing. > Do you like the idea of suggesting the LiveCD image rather than the net > install? Lots of advantages and no disadvantages that I can think of. . . Not quite sure where that's coming from. This Wiki page is specifically target at people who need to install from USB without a network. As far as disadvantages of the LiveCD - it's a lot to download if you only want to do a netinstall, so both options could be mentioned wherever it is discussed/recommended. > Re testing, I've just been keeping a log as I actually try things out. > > Re slipstreaming, search on NOVI + repository, there's a good set of > articles hosted on ORA. My notes on maintaining a local repository and > building custom/slipstreamed installation ISOs are pretty well > fleshed-out now if you could suggest a location for them I'd be happy to > post them. That would be of interest, and as I said earlier, seems a good candidate for a separate Wiki article. Phil P.S. Would be nice if you used an email client that handled quoting properly in replies.