Re: system installation
> One method is to clone the existing system to the
> fresh disk, boot it up, edit /etc/apt/sources.list
> to change every "stable" to "testing" and run dselect.
> There should be a more direct and efficient method.
> Haven't found this topic in the Installation Manual.
I don't quite know how to do it, and I don't have time to look it up for you,
but there's a way to get a list of all your packages on Woody and then use
the Sarge installer to start a new Sarge going, then feed that list into it
from there to grab everything you had on Woody in one shot.
Something about --get-selections
I'm sure it's in the archives.
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