Libranet to Sarge
I am new to this list and new to debian (but not linux). A few months
ago, I installed woody on my laptop, but was disappointed in the shape
the install left things. There were too many things left to configure
So, over the weekend, I wiped it and decided to try the free version of
Libranet (2.0), basically for the installer, with plans to convert to
sarge. The Libranet install went great, set up my network, sound, X,
etc. reasonably well.
Next, I changed my /etc/apt/sources.list to point to sarge instead of
woody. Then, I did an "apt-get install synaptic", then upgraded X to
4.2.1 and fixed up my X even better. Upgraded a few more things with
synaptic. Wow, synaptic/apt-get rocks!
Sorry about the long pre-amble...my question is if I do an apt-get
upgrade, will I officially be converted to sarge, or is there more to it
than that? I realize some of the Libranet stuff will be left over.
By the way, is there some reason Debian can't adopt the Libranet
installer and tweak it for the Debain defaults intead of the Libranet
defaults? The installer is very nice.
LPIC-2, MCSE, N+
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