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Old 19th August 2011, 12:26 PM
MarkV Offline
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Exclamation Help with install Fedora with clean no crap KDE and gnome!!!


I'd like to install the following:
- Fedora
- Webserver with Apache, mysql, php
- Vsftp (Virtual users, checked in a mysql db)
- Samba
- Printer server (HP all in one printer)
- DNLA Server
- SabNZB
- KDE and Gnome (clean install, no extra's) only for managing the following:
Software install

I had this running, but i can't install it without al the crap kde or gnome ads to it through al the depancies.

Can somebody tell me how to install Fedora with a clean KDE/Gnome?
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