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Re: design problem when installing base system

Good point. I haven't look at how debootstrap handles this situation.  In any
case the problem should be fixed with debootstrap rather than having
boot-floppies hack around it, since debootstrap is a generally useful tool.

I'll take a look at debootstrap.


Mon, Apr 09, 2001 at 06:44:24PM -0400 wrote:
> Andreas Schuldei <andreas@schuldei.org> writes:
> > the user who has two sets of packages will allways end up with the newer
> > one.
> > 
> > we need to - remember what he wanted to install and have a list which
> > packages belong to his choice *OR* - erase the archive/ directory on every
> > installation start
> Ouch.  I think if they switch dists, we should do an 'apt-get clean'. 
> Can someone take care of this?  Dave?
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