On 27 Aug 2004, at 09:50, FRLinux wrote:
> On Fri, 27 Aug 2004 09:37:11 +0100, Michele Neylon :: Blacknight
>> Why don't you just grab the net install ISO for testing?
>> It will probably be released as stable in the next few weeks anyway.
>> It doesn't answer his question ;p
>> You will need the 3 first as they are binary. You could alternatively
> use jigdo to generate binary CDs, these days i think the first 5 are
> now binary but that could have changed.
No, Michele didn't answer his question directly - but I think he may
have given him a better answer. As the original poster is clearly a DSL
user on a plan with a cap, using net install is probably going to get
him up and running faster and with lower usage of his capacity than
anything else he might try.
Of course, he may in fact WANT to have ISOs for some special reason
(the machine he wants to install Debian on doesn't have any connection
to his DSL, for instance) in which case, ignore me.
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