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I read somewhere in this forum I don't need to d/l the 2nd iso if I'm not installing KDE or Gnome. I'm wondering if I need it to install xfce ...
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    I read somewhere in this forum I don't need to d/l the 2nd iso if I'm not installing KDE or Gnome. I'm wondering if I need it to install xfce because that's all I need and I'm on a slow cablemodem connection.

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    thet is rigth, if you don't need kde/gnome you should download only the CD1,
    xfce can be located on the CD1

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    what are the 3rd and 4th cds for?

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    I believe they are source cd's.
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