maney at pobox.com
Tue Aug 24 21:37:33 CDT 2004
On Tue, Aug 24, 2004 at 09:46:16PM -0400, Fhealy at aol.com wrote:
> That said, there are a lot of quirks to Debian. If you downloaded
> and installed from CD images, you must boot from CD-5 to get the 2.4
> kernel and ext-3 during the install. Once you install, you must
This has never been the case with any Woody install CD I've ever seen.
"bf24" is the boot kernel choice for that, and it's documented in the
usual way way in one of the boot help screens as well as the
installation docs. There are three or four different install kernels
to choose from, and always have been as far back as I can recall (the
choices used to include a stripped down one that could install in as
little as 4M of RAM, but that was a long time ago - Bo, maybe Hamm, but
by Slink you needed at least 8M IIRC).
Among the greater ironies of the computer age is the fact that
information is cheap and accessible, and so it is no longer very valuable.
What is valuable is what one does with it.
And human imagination cannot be mechanized. -- the New York Times
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