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Old 27th October 2008, 01:55 AM
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Fedora 9 - Which is better for my PC and Netbook - Live CD or DVD ISO

Hi there,
I have a quick query (and I'm new woo-hoo!) , which of the Fedora "distribtions" would be better for me - the Live CD (Installed to HDD) or full DVD. If somebody could run through the main differences (I.E - whats on both of them, what to expect, HDD space etc) it would help me in deciding which one to go for as I would like to place it on my EEE 1000H (my trusty netbook) and my main PC and is it worth going for the entire whack or minimal and adding what I need in both cases.

Any help is greatly appreciated, Thanks!
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