Re: testing CD that boots
I would like to make a CD of testing that boots,
and to use it to install a PC;
and I would like to use (and test) the latest boot method
I have already installed debian-cd and used it many times in the past
(I once made some bootable CD of potato)
I have downloaded
but I dont see , nor the base disks, neither the base.tgz
do I need them ? if yes, where do I find them?
also: do I need to put in the CD all the above URL?
or, can I skip some subdirectories?
btw: I think that we should put the answer to above question in
some documentation file...
On Wed, Nov 21, 2001 at 04:37:37PM +0100, Falk Hueffner wrote:
> A Mennucc1 <debian@Tonelli.sns.it> writes:
> > I have a local testing repository and I periodically make CDs out of
> > it, using debian-cd
> > I would like to make a CD that boots, and to use it to install a PC;
> > and to use (and test) the latest boot method
> > what should I do?
> Install the debian-cd package or check out debian-cd from CVS.
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