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Zig 08-11-2003 08:10 PM

Debian sarge cd's
 
Where can i find a list of the packages of debian sarge??
I dont want to download all the 10 iso images so i want to know what they have.

Thanks.

hyp_spec 08-11-2003 08:46 PM

dont download the sarge cds! just download the first woody disc and use apt-get to update ur system to sarge after you edit some files! jus search the forums

Zig 08-12-2003 10:57 AM

the thing is that i have a slow dial up conection to internet so i ask a friend with ADSL and he download for me the iso images. I am interest in knowing what are in the isos cd so i can know what isos contains the apps that i may want. thanks.

Strike 08-12-2003 11:21 AM

It's probably simpler just to take your computer over there and do it.

hyp_spec 08-12-2003 11:45 AM

Strike is right, since sid/sarge are always changing, you will probably not want to download all of the ISO's since they may be dated!

masinick 08-12-2003 12:29 PM

If you want a distro that will start you out reasonably well from scratch, you might consider downloading the Libranet 2.7 ISO images (2 CD images). Ths software will work well right out of the box. Then you can update it, little by little. If you want something newer, Libranet 2.8 is based on recent Sarge images, but it's not free. Either one would make an excellent starting point and I hightly recommend Libranet!

Once started, you've got a Debian system with Woody or Sarge roots beneath you. Again, I recommend Libranet highly.

Strike 08-12-2003 02:18 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by hyp_spec
Strike is right, since sid/sarge are always changing, you will probably not want to download all of the ISO's since they may be dated!
Well, I just meant for the install. The daily updates aren't that bad over dialup, I'm told, except when the bigger packages get updated (biggest package I know of is 50MB or so, but that doesn't get updated very often). Most are less than a MB.

Zig 08-12-2003 09:06 PM

i have the source of the programs that i need. I compile and install them in Red Hat 9.
I like to know if with the first iso i will have a sistem where i can work (desktop manager, text editors, i need latex and internet conection) and can compile and install the programs i have (i mean will i have the libraries that i need for compile this programs. In red hat most of it work without any extra libraries required.)

contrasutra 08-12-2003 09:20 PM

What I do is I grab DAMN SMALL LINUX, a 50MB Debian based distro.

Install that, and just apt-get everything I need, as I need it.

softgun 08-15-2003 12:57 PM

Yes indeed. DSL is based on Knoppix. It has the Knoppix base.
But if you want to know what is there in each of the ISO s of Sid or Sarge (why Sarge - go straight to SID -they are almost the same!!), you can find it from the download mirrors.

Fuel 08-15-2003 05:27 PM

masinick - where do i find the Libranet 2.7 isos ?


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