Re: Easy potato installation alternative?
> a friend just asked me where to find a Debian installation CD. She
> probably won't care if potato hasn't the label "stable" yet (and we
> were told to upgrade from slink to potato anyway)... So I'd like to
> know if there's some easy way to install potato without having to
> download hundreds of Megabytes...
> I remember that someone once said in this list that installing Corel
> and then upgrading wouldn't work well...
not at all
> What about Storm? Would it work? (Install it, and then point
> sources.list to debian.org and upgrade?)
I have my doubts...
> I think I can find some unofficial potato CDs at some store
> here... But I'm not sure if these are a good choice.
If you can find someone selling the test cycle 3 images found at
ftp://ftp.debian.org/debian-cd/ then that might work. it should be clearly
labeled as such, I would think. test cycle 3 is basically exactly what
stable will be unless some really horrible thing happens or something.
You have an ambitious nature and may make a name for yourself.
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