What distinguishes Hybrid ISO (LiveDVD) from the Minimal Installation CD?

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Sometimes the Gentoo project 10 produced a special DVD which can be used to install Gentoo. The instructions below mean that you are using the minimal installation CD, so the DVD case can be slightly off. However, the LiveDVD (or any other bootable Linux environment) supports output to the command line, just sudo su - or sudo-i in terminal.

July 8th 19 at 11:18
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July 8th 19 at 11:20
in the LiveDVD has an X server, browsers and a whole bunch.
in CD only the Minimal necessary to configure network and disk.
July 8th 19 at 11:22
Hybrid ISO is often a image of the drive that has the distributions under both architectures (x86 and x86_64). Plus there is likely to have a graphical installer and other. Minimal install is usually minimal graphical installer where the components dokatyvayutsya from the network.
UPD: didn't notice that we are talking about Gentoo. Gentoo Minimal install no graphical installer. It's just the most basic system in which you can break and mount the drives, and then download the stage3 and deploy it. There, if I remember correctly, even drivers there is no wifi and wpa_supplicant. About the LiveDVD will not say anything - never used. Once there was a graphical installer, like. But I do not see sense to put the Ghent through it.
July 8th 19 at 11:24
Hybrid - it has almost everything the standard packages like X, KDE, Mozilla, etc. as far as I remember - when you start you get into a regular LiveDVD.
Minimal - installs only handles, when you run console only, and then already on handbook'y :)

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