Re: CD File Structure
On Mon, 22 Feb 1999 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>Ok, to get you up to speed about what I am trying to do:
>I am on Windows NT 4 sp4 Workstation.
>I also have a Linux box that I want to try another distribution
>on (previously using Slackware).
>The CD I want to create I want to basically be like a CD I would
>I could probably suffice with just a 'ls -la' of the filesystem,
>but if there is more I need to do then I will do.
Unfortunately to make a working Debian CD there is quite a lot of work to
do, most of which requires the use of a Unix box, probably specifically a
Debian box. Under NT you probably won't be able to do this. The script
slink_cd that I have produced is the one used to produce the standard
images that we're hoping the vendors will use, and I can attest that it
won't work on Windows. Maybe it would be better for you to use one of
these images instead; check cdimage.debian.org for locations of mirrors.
>I am hoping to install the most current version of Debian, I presume
>that would be slink? If not could you let me know which one it is?
Slink is currently the frozen version, ready for release in a couple of
weeks. If you want the latest, then that's what you want. If you want
the last stable release then that would be hamm (2.0).
Steve McIntyre, Allstor Software email@example.com
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