Re: Debian on 1 CD
There's no reason why you'd need to include both CDs, and the fact that they
don't put the first CD in there only shows they need to pay more attention.
True, the FULL Debian release comes on 2 binary CDs for slink, but you CAN
install from the first, then if you need the contents of the other CD, you can
use apt-get to download the rest.
On Fri, 18 Feb 2000, Przemek Bak wrote:
> Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 08:41:20 +0100
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> Subject: Debian on 1 CD
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> Hi all,
> is there any plan to release ("stripped") Debian
> which use only 1 CD ?
> Why ?
> There are more and more computers magazines
> in Poland (I assume in other countries too)
> which include 1 CD (sometimes 2).
> They are getting interesting in putting linux
> on their CD sold with magazines. In fact
> they are doing so. But they don't want to
> put Debian because (I guess) it doesn't
> fit to 1 CD.
> This morning I read once again that
> one of the most popular magazine about
> linux in Poland won't put Debian
> on their monthy magazine because
> Debian is too big.
> I also know windows magazine (yes! I am not wrong)
> which from time to time put different linux
> distribution on their CD but never
> Debian. I think one reason is that it isn't
> so popular but another reason is that Debian
> is just too big.
> I think such Debian should contain base system
> with networking and some kind of GUI
> (gnome or kde ?).
> What do you guys think ?
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