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Netinst of fedora with xfce [CLOSED]

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Is there somewhere a place where I can find the netinst image iso of fedora with xfce desktop....

Could be easy to put some links on fedora pages, we can only get live cd.... I don't want live cd, just image iso of xfce version!

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posted Jul 26, 2013 by Sumit Pokharna

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Get Network install cd from and select xfce during installation.

answer Jul 26, 2013 by Jagan Mishra
To elaborate a bit further : the netinstall image is desktop agnostic. In fact, it only has the necessary kernel image and anaconda I think. All packages are downloaded as per the user's package selection at install
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