Yummy, yummy i got linux in my tummy .....
If you look at the directory /etc/yum.repos.d/ there are all config files which server you FC5 is connecting to for updates. This is the reason why it don't asks you for inserting the CD5. And the other reason
is if you don't install software which is located on CD5 FC5 don't needs it, this is true for a new install.
When you have installed the system Fedora always gets the updates/installs online. You can copy
the rpms from cd, if you know which one, and use yum localinstall.
Read at the RedHat Docs about yum. And you know the deal.
No bugs, no hugs, no virus, no spiritus. :rolleyes: