[lug] Debian 2.2

Nate Duehr nate at natetech.com
Fri Sep 1 16:33:23 MDT 2000

I also did this and if I can make it to the meeting I'll bring some
discs too.  If you're going to do a network install without any
internationalization, you can use Disk 1 only I believe... then use APT
to get the rest...

Anyone see the FUD about Debian's security model from the moron at
SecurityFocus and the responses? 

He hammered on things that NO Linux distribution does and touted the
wonderfulness of RPM's.  Not very nice.

Why are Linux advocates constantly trying to wage war on each other's
distributions?  Dumb.

On Thu, Aug 31, 2000 at 12:20:38PM -0600, Kyle Moore wrote:
> Anyone want Debian 2.2 on CD at the next meeting? I just finished
> rsyncing the Official binaries and was thinking if someone else wanted
> them I might be willing to make some copies. Not everyone has a nice,
> fast net connection with enough disk space to do it. I did my own
> because I didn't want to do another net install over my 56k line at home
> and I have had mixed luck with buying the cd's. 
> Let me know if you might be interested and I'll start thinking about how
> much it costs me to make them. Then I can let you know how much before
> you commit to a set.
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> Kyle Moore
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