Joakim Roubert [email@example.com] wrote: > On Tue, 17 Dec 2002, Bob McElrath wrote: > > > Debian is very good about keeping all architectures up-to-date. > > What's the most convenient way to install on the alpha? > I'm running SRM. Is there the possibility to just use some start floppies > (like old times) and then get the rest directly from the network? You can get floppies and a bootable CDR image from the debian ftp site. More than this I don't know. I did it the excruciating way...upgrading individual packages one-at-a-time and then removing the rpm counterpart. I do not recommend this unless you have a serious amount of time on your hands, lot of expertise, and a damn good reason for doing it. Cheers, Bob McElrath [Univ. of Wisconsin at Madison, Department of Physics] We're sorry, your freedoms, generosity, and sense of community aid and abet terrorism. We shall have to take those away. Support America's fight for freedom and democracy! Vote the Republicrat ticket!
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