Re: Preparation for Debian Installatin
I was a bit facetious with the options but was hoping that someone would
comment about #5.
> 5. Study the documentation (TFM) that describes the installation and
'the options' before doing the installation.
CD #1 does have excellent documentation about the installation process
but there's no documentation that describes the packages that are on the
3 CD's. You have an opportunity to study the installation process but
you get no information about the packages When you are forced to decide
at the last second which packages you want and you don't know anything
about them, you're very likely to make errors in judgement, even if
there's a brief description available at that time. This is a poor time
to study the descriptions. At least, if you install a downloaded
package, you know what it is beforehand.
There is a website that describes Potato packages but shouldn't this
information be on the CD?
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