"Standard" installation - problem with definition and/or interpretation.
<quote> You will do a standard installation, that is, you will install only
the minimum environment. </quote>
I have been given this instruction and am having problems interpretting it,
since The Debian site says (a propos of Sarge, but the course material was
written some years ago):
<quote> In a default Debian 3.1 standard installation you will end up with
OpenSSH, Exim (depending on how you configured it) and the RPC portmapper
available as network services. If you did not go through a standard
installation but selected an expert installation you can end up with no
active network services. </quote>
So the Debian site distinguishes between "standard" and "expert". But our
<quote> When you start the installation from the selected media, choose the
expert mode and follow the steps until the end of the process. </quote>
In other words, standard and expert are the same thing. Help!!!