Phil Grimshaw wrote:
I am hardly qualified to be the answer here, being new to the debian realm, but for what very little value.....
I recently installed 3.1r2 on my E4500, and had to dig a little to find this, but running dselect seems to be the key to all the 'bells and whistles.' BUT (big big but) really read the information on using it. Once you get it figured out, it's really nice and exceptionally well-done. (Thanks go to ????) It's a little bumpy when gettting used to it, though, as there are a few things I would recommend in *minor* changes. I am only otherwise familiar with RPMs ansd TGZs, and dselect seems (IMHO) superior to both. The apt-cdrom program is paramount before using dselect, though!
Wenton L. Davis