Re: how to get a bash shell with the new install floppies (Re: new boot floppies being uploaded)
On Wed, 11 Dec 1996, Shaya Potter wrote:
> > 1. ftp is still missing from the base install set. This makes it
> > difficult to install a custom compiled kernel. Actually impossible
> > if you don't have your kernel available on an nfs mount or floppy
> > disk.
> Don't know what you mean. I used the original rex disks to install and I
> was able to install the whole system by dpkg-ftp, and I was able to ftp
> to any machine I wanted to.
/usr/bin/ftp, the command line ftp client. not dpkg-ftp.
i don't use dpkg-ftp at all. no need to, i mirror debian and it's much
more convenient to nfs mount my debian archive onto the build system to do
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