Re: Making a Potato CD
On Wed, 2 Jun 1999 email@example.com wrote:
Potato is not far enough into its release cycle for debian_cd to create CD
images - I tried that yesterday. But it could be used it it was suitably
Question 1.2GB seems a little light. Have you got slink as well? There
are a considerable number of symlinks from potato to slink.
What about installing 2.1.r2 (slink) and using your potato archive to
upgrade? Might be safer.
> I want to make a Potato CD so I can install it to my computer and my laptop.
> I've already downloaded all 1.2gb of it, so please don't suggest an FTP
> install. What I want to know is, how can I make a CD of these 1.2gb of files,
> I have no idea how to choose what directories go on which of the two, and
> when I do, how can I update the Package.gz file to reflect the contents of
> the CD. I noticed cdimage.debian.org has been down for the past 24 hours, so
> if there is something there, I haven't seen it.
> Thanks for your help,
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