[Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]

Re: Installing Woody on new box

On Tue, Nov 28, 2000 at 03:46:58PM +0100, Frederik Vanrenterghem wrote: 

> I'm currently waiting for my new box, which will have an Asus A7V
> motherboard, Duron CPU, Maxtor DiamondMax HD, and Matrox videocard.
> On my current system, I installed potato, after which I upgraded to
> Woody. As I've found some unofficial debian Woody CD images, I'd rather go
> that way, but if I remember the installation procedure correctly (I only
> did it once, about 6 months ago, and that was my first experience
> with Linux...), I'll be needing some boot floppies and such.
> Could some kind soul point me to some info on installing Woody, so my
> installation won't turn out in a disaster?

I assume you have got potato-CDs? Then just install potato and change
your sources.list to the new paths (s/stable/unstable) and apt-get

Reply to: