>> Possibly I have misinterpreted what you are trying to do;
> I don't really understand what you did -
> you say you downloaded the ISO to your hard disk.
> and then did a hard-disk install.
> So how were you using the external USB for the install?
I pick a partition on the USB when the Anaconda Installer starts.
for F11 I did the d/l of iso and did a hard disk install to USB partition 3.
for F10 I used the DVD and did the install to USB partition 2.
I am thinking my success isn't helping you at all
and I have probably misinterpreted you,
here in particular:
>I was just wondering if there was a way of installing from my USB stick,
I don't know what you mean installing "from" your USB stick.
I was installing "to" my USB external disk
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I have a Fedora 11 server running 126.96.36.199-96.fc11.x86_64. I recently
noticed that my hard drive light is on constantly and was wondering how
I can determine what is accessing the hard disk so much. After boot the
hard disk is acting normally for a few minutes to a few hours and then
the hard drive light is lit up constantly.
I have tried ps -ef to see if there was anything running that I do not
know about and there is not. Is there any way for me to determine which
process is consistently using the hard disk?
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