On Tue, 26 Jun 2018 22:09:54 +0300
Jozsef K via users <users(a)lists.fedoraproject.org> wrote:
Thanks. It's useful. But it
seems I'll have to install Fedora first. In that case, if I take the
Fedora Security Lab Live image and install that, am I going to get
all the applications available on that live system even after
Yes, the live install is like taking a photograph of the live image,
and pasting it onto the hard drive / install location.
Right now the option I'm using is to install
exfat-utils and fuse-exfat locally. I saved the RPM files on another
USB. I don't need those every time but occasionally I can install
them like that, manually. But if I have everything in one place it's
You would have to put them in the live image you create to have them
available without install. I guess it depends on how much
inconvenience occasionally installing them is versus how much effort it
takes to create the live iso with them on it.