"Last week we took a look at some interesting and useful tasks
to perpetrate upon an unsuspecting Fedora installation, including
how to do a bare-metal network installation. Excellent reader Earl
Robinson pointed out that this works all right for a single PC, but
multiple installations need a local mirror, so he sent this great
suggestion for easily setting up multiple local installations:
"'Download the DVD iso, preferably using bittorrent... Once
you've got the whole thing, check the md5/sha1 sig... Then mount it
using the loop device on /var/ftp/pub on your second machine. All
you †have to do is turn on the vsftp daemon, and you can use
the network installer to install over your LAN...'"
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