[olug] Debian DIsc dizzy
cybersean3000 at yahoo.com
Thu May 20 22:50:04 UTC 2004
I go around that, by initially installing a 686
kernel, then installing a k7 kernel later.
--- John Dickson <jman at neonramp.com> wrote:
> I tried the net install and have run into some
> issues with the hardware
> config and don't get past the kernel-image for k7
> so I thought I would
> try the iso method.
> Sean Edwards wrote:
> >I only install the U.S. and non-commercial Debian
> >packages on my desktops and my servers. I also use
> >the packages from the testing release, no Woody or
> >Sarge, etc. Now that I think about it, I boot from
> >floppy and install directly off the 'Net.
> >--- John Dickson <jman at neonramp.com> wrote:
> >>I have read the disc info on the US and non-US
> >>Debian install and I
> >>can't tell if" You can't have too much water in a
> >>nuclear reactor..."
> >>or which one to install. Can some one enlighten
> >>w/o the desktop
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