sysinstall on fedora?

kalin m kalin at
Mon Feb 22 20:15:32 UTC 2010

thanks..  i'm not going to use it. i have a remote access and just need 
to mount a usb drive (through a scsi interface?!?!) attached to it so i 
can copy over some stuff. i was done with redhat when they went 
"enterprise" and started modifying the core code....

basically i just need some command lines like mkfs and such which i 
couldn't find. i'll check this part command see what it's doing...

thanks again...

Ross Cameron wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 9:36 PM, kalin m <kalin at> wrote:
>> hi all...  realizing this is a bit OT but i have to deal with this old
>> fedora core 2 machine - making file system, slices, etc...  what would be
>> the equivalent utility of sysinstall on fedora?
> To be honest considering its sooo OLD you're best option is backup and
> reinstall.
>     And preferably not Fedora of all things, its too dev happy..
> CentOS 5.4 will probably serve you better if you have need to run a
> Linux OS on that device.

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