Re: CD Image
Joerg Jaspert wrote on Tue May 14, 2002 um 03:24:03AM:
> Or that jigdo works. debian-cd is still running to create the jigdo
> things, so you can use it to build the image with it. First invocation
> is a looong run.
So can you provide jigdo files or not? Klecker is veery slow, and UNI
ftp is much faster. Alternatively, is there a nifty way to create a such
basis image using local FTP as source?
> Hmm, "possibly invalid template" for a just generated file is not a good
> message. So no jigdo yet. But the ISO transfer is running. :)
1% [ ] 7,257,340 6.02K/s ETA 29:04:37
As said before, kleckers net connection is very busy.
> The First Setup was German (Lang-Chooser), after reboot everything in
Known issue, I hacked boot-floppies and base-config a while ago, but the
results were disappointing. Many debconf templates were not translated,
and the locale generation were a bit touchy and risked to make
base-config completely unuseable.
> Changed the Order of the Kernel Images at boot time. Now 2.4 comes
> first and is the default for this CD.
Better install webalizer.
Use aumix-gtk instead. It does provide console-interface too, don't
psi (okay, gabber is useable too)
gqview (there is no other useable picture viewer, AFAICS)
At least one tetris clone.
Newer boot-floppies. Please use David's CVS build from p.d.o/~dwhedon
Who needs heimdal and kerberos (looking from newbie's point of view!)?
Who needs xpilot (without ROMs)?
Why not use apache-ssl instead of apache?
Why not drop fetchmail? We have fetchmail-ssl.
Please kick icewm-experimental and include icewm-themes and icepref
instead. Also drop most of -dev packages, I doubt that many end users
would need them.
What about those security fix in mozilla rc2?
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