How install KDE with Woody/testing?
Hey Ivan - Thanks for your great work!
I couldn't find this documented anywhere (I hope I haven't overlooked
something obvious). Would you please tell me:
What is the best way to install Debian testing/(woody packages) & KDE, when
the install is to 2001 HW, and is done entirely through a 56K modem? (So,
an important consideration is minimizing the ammount of data DL'd.) (Also
important is getting the X drivers for the video HW.)
1. Install base system (potato).
2. Install X.
3. Install KDE.
4. Do dist-upgrade.
1. Install base system.
2. Do dist-upgrade.
3. Install X.
4. Install KDE.
Or, some other way?
PS: any gotchas or tips or things to watch out for?
PPS: Would it be necessary, or suggested, in the above steps to install
more than just the base system in step 1? (Ie., rather than doing that
after KDE is installed.)
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