You can't use make-pseudo-image to make woody cds!
make-pseudo-image is for rsyncing with offical CD images and theres no
such thing as an offical woody image.
you have to use debian-cd.
apt-get install debian-cd and look in /usr/share/debian-cd for
I distribute Debian from my website and after a year of making images,
I still have the odd headache with the unstable tree. Things are
really messy at the moment with the switch to package pools. :(
On Thu, 21 Dec 2000 12:37:15 Mel wrote:
>> Is there anyone in the Galway city area that has Debian - woody
> onto CD's thats willing to loan them to me for a few days? After a
> days trying to convince make-pseudu-image download the cd's, I've
> I'm fighting a losing battle.
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