Re: Right way of installing woody?
On Sun, Nov 04, 2001 at 01:02:01PM +0200, Andriy Korud wrote:
> I'd like to install Debian with relatively fresh software (XFree 4.1.x, libc
> 2.2.x, kernel 2.4.x, etc).
> Which will the best way:
> - install 2.2r3 and then upgrade everything I need? or
> - install woody "from scratch"?
Both worked for me. Some newer version of boot disk was having some
problem (I heard) but by now it should have been fixed.
Word of caution.
1) Try to be conservative.
Before upgrading all by dist-upgrade
# apt-get install libc6 libdb2 perl
# apt-get install apt
This may save you some trouble. Testing is still "work in progress"
Also moving from 2.2 to 2.4 kernel using debian pre-compiled kernel
needs some attention since new one are highly modular and you may need
to add few entries for the module in /etc/modules
If you have choice, do not dist-upgrade after many programs are
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