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I am aware of the procedure to make the single disc version of -current when it was only one disc, what changes need to be made in order to put -current on 2 ISO's? I see some out there, but it doesnt say how to make them. I know Kde and gnome are the only two things on the other disc other than the live thing..
Originally posted by Astro Is it going to pick that up and ask for the second CD with kde/gnome on it however? I suppose I could make the one first cd and installpkg the rest later, I don't use gnome or kde either.
As a side point, this is how the official CDs work I believe. Ever inserted the CD 2 first by accident? It seemed to start up setup fine before I realised there were no slackware packages available apart from Gnome/KDE - quick swap of the CDs and everything was well again - never really use CD2 apart from as a tea coaster :)