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Re: Which netinst ISO to use for /debian-pure64 (Sarge)?

On Fri, Mar 04, 2005 at 06:29:25PM +0100, Sven Mueller wrote:
> I used a netinst ISO from Feb 16th, but it has at least two issues:
> 1) libc6 is installed in a version not available in debian-pure64
>    and therefor build-essentials isn't installable unless the user
>    specifically downgrades libc6 (and bash and base-files)
> 2) The Sysmlinks for the current kernel are created in /boot rather than
>    in / (where both grub and lilo expect it to be). So the user has to
>    drop to a shell and manually set the links at the right place to
>    make grub/lilo work.

Grub has always expected the boot files to be in /boot, only the default
lilo setup uses those idiotic symlinks that clutter up /

Fortunately /etc/kernel-img.conf allows one to turn of the creation of
those symlinks.

> So, which ISO should I use for installations when I intend to use 
> /debian-pure64 (sarge)?

Haven't installed in a while, so not sure.

Len Sorensen

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