From: Rick Moen (rick at domain linuxmafia.com)
Date: Sat 22 Jun 2002 - 17:40:41 IST
Quoting Patrick Kiernan (ampis at domain esatclear.ie):
> I have debian running on a few machines over a lan. I want to setup my
> own local debian source.
You want to look into the apt-proxy package.
> Anyone know any browers run fast on 233mhzs?
Graphical Web browsers? I use Galeon mostly on my K6/233 with 128 MB
RAM, and love it. Mozilla and Konqueror are also good. Skipstone is
very fast and light, but a little shy on features.
If you're running the Debian "stable" branch (currently 2.2 = "potato"),
then I strongly recommend stepping up to the "testing" branch (currently
3.0 = "woody"). It strikes the right balance of leading edge but not
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