Re: GNU K4 images available.
On Sun, 14 Sep 2003, Neil Levine wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 14, 2003 at 10:13:27PM +1200, Philip Charles a ecrit:
> > Short answer, they approximate to the Debian GNU/Linux woody installation
> > CDs.
> So K3, K4 etc refer to stability levels?
The letter (K) refers to the Debian boot-floppies revision (the installer)
The number (4) refers to the Debian-CD system, what packages, baseGNU etc.
If Debian GNU/Hurd becomes unstable then the it is $#@! to produce a
workable CD set. So the K4 set is the fourth set produced using the K
installer. Debian GNU was stable so we have a stable CD set.
> K4 is still Mach based, correct?
Yes. The images are based on the Debian archive. When L4 gets into the
archive then the CDs will be L4 based.
> So once installed (which I have done) what sources.list should I use to
> get further packages installed?
Point your system to any Debian site, unstable main contrib
When alpha.gnu.org is working again include it as well.
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