Re: Debian 'Woody'
louie miranda wrote:
> Anyone have a woody ISO url?
Gosh, that snapped back on topic so fast I didn't see how it happened...
This is just the closest mirror to me.
Heed the advice of the debian website:
> On the other hand, a network install also has its pros:
> * You don't have to pay for the CDs.
> * You will only download those .deb packages that you actually want.
> If you get a whole CD set, you will get a lot of packages that
> you won't actually use.
> * A network installation of the "testing" distribution will provide
> you with the very latest packages, whereas any CD images of
> "testing" that you download would be outdated very quickly.
I've also heard tell of a thing that constructs images by downloading
individual packages, and this seems to have a lot less risk of network
problems than downloading ~600MB images.
To use a grammatically incorrect but uniquely Australian phrase: No