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Re: How do I install woody on 160 GB harddisk on KT333 chipset?



On Sat, Jun 01, 2002 at 07:46:56AM +0000, Wilmer van der Gaast wrote:
> >  debian-user didn't respond, there is no debian-install, so I thought I try
> >  this one... [..]
> >  
> I think you should try a Linux-specific list. Maybe the kernel list? Or
> maybe Groops.Google.Com already knows.

Oh no, it's a valid complaint for this list, given that I doubt woody's
default kernel even boots on such a system.  I know that it does not boot
on mine, and my box is at least a year old.

Yes friends, woody is already obsolete, and it's not even out yet.  =)

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