Re: Creating a mirror
May not be relavent, but I usually use apt-move sync to create a local
pool of packages from the packages installed on the running system, and
then PGI to create ISO images for giving away. They are actually small
enough to fit on a 5" CD. I also use it for installing Debian for the
systems I maintain personally since I only have a modem.
Arthur H. Johnson II, Debian GNU/Linux Advocate
Catechist, St John Catholic Church, Davison MI USA
President, Genesee County Linux Users Group
On Mon, 1 Jul 2002, Paul Johnson wrote:
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> On Mon, Jul 01, 2002 at 06:26:55PM +0200, Bostjan Muller wrote:
> > The LUGOS (Linux User Group Of Slovenia) is having a Linux Fest on
> > Saturday. I have to create the archive of woody and sid, so the people
> > there can update their distros from a local mirror, since the fascility
> > does not have a very broad pipe to the net.
> > I need some advice, how to create a mirror of just woody and sid
> > distros, so I can create a local archive with them.
> 1) Big disk.
> 2) http://www.debian.org/mirror/
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