Michael Bramer <email@example.com> writes:
>> their System installed but they had questions. It was enough to be
>> there and answer that questions to get them to a running System. (Ok,
>> on one of the Systems i made a few things after the first reboot. But
>> that was only because he had some shit hardware).
> Ok, I know this. I make this myself, if somebody ask ...
> Maybe this is not interesting for the other visitors. Maybe the other
> visitors thing: bah, this is text, this is the most complicated
> installation, ...
It is (for a newbie). But it is the most advanced. :)
> But maybe we should show things like
> - pppoeconf
> - pppconf
> - isdnconfig
> - adduser
> - addgroup
> and other tasks...
Hmm, isdnconfig. If i dont need an ISDN Card for that.
> $ dpkg -l| grep "^ii"|wc
> 1003 8569 71003
> And I have a lot of trash on my system. Normal you get a normal system
> on a mirror with 1-2 GB...
Yes. But then i cant do a apt-get install something if something is not
there and one asked for it :)
debmirror is running on woody, i386 only, main and contrib, no source
and is in pool/main/q with 3GB now. Lets see what it is if its
> Maybe you boot a knoppix and make a dpkg -l ?
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