Re: bug: cdimage.debian.org should warn against downloading with an ISDN connection
[Crossposting to debian-boot, please CC me any debian-boot-only posts]
On Sun, Nov 25, 2001 at 09:21:15PM +0100, Markus Redeker wrote:
> The help pages on cdimage.debian.org (especially
> http://cdimage.debian.org/ch11.html) recommend that one should
> download Debian from Internet if one has a free Internet connection.
> This is not true if one has only an ISDN connection!
> In this case, the automatic setup procedure (which assumes a modem
> connection) fails, and one first has to download somehow the ISDN
> packages and configure the ISDN system before one can proceed.
> In almost all cases, ISDN users should therefore install their
> debian from CD instead.
I'm currently updating the cdimage website - should I really
discourage ISDN users from installing via the net? Do the woody
bootfloppies support installing via ISDN?
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