On Tue, 2003-08-05 at 12:19, Richard Lyons wrote: > Update: Flawless. It installs and boots. A few configurations in > /etc/hosts and so forth and the networking is alive. I HAVE A > WORKING DEBIAN! Sorry to shout, but -- well -- it took a while. > > A thousand thanks to everyone who helped. Even the ideas that didn't > pan out were very informative. Okay now, SINCE you went through a ton of trials and tribulations... Time to Write up a Good Summary with a few key details to help those others flailing around similarly can maybe glean some good info from it. Don;t be TOOOO long in the tooth, as we have all seen what you have gone through... BUT don;t leave out details that are important! Congratulations, on becoming one of the Collective Users of Debian. Choose it,Infuse it, Use it, Love it, Update it. You;ll never go back to NON-quality controlled Distro's again. I know I won't if at all possible.  IOW, less Quality Policy than Debian. not APT v. RPM... Policy, Policy, Policy. -- greg, firstname.lastname@example.org REMEMBER ED CURRY! http://www.iwethey.org/ed_curry You cannot compare with the apex of a ferris wheel, nor the nadir of a ditch filled with a coelocanth's droppings.
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