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[Gnumed-devel] Re: stell Dir vor

From: Andreas Tille
Subject: [Gnumed-devel] Re: stell Dir vor
Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 07:24:48 +0100 (CET)

For those who do not understand German I answer in English. :)
I guess Karsten intended a private mail, but why not answering here?

On Mon, 22 Nov 2004, Karsten Hilbert wrote:

ich hätte einen Dell Latitude Notebook und wolle darauf eine
Partition mit Debian Sarge bestücken.
Good idea.

Wo surfe ich hin ?
Provided you have a reasonable fast network connection (starting with DSL)
just grab the Businesscard-CD-Image and burn the ISO image (you might also
try netbooting an image but I found out that fidling around with this network
book takes more time than just burning the image).

Was lese ich ?
The questions you are asked by the installer.

Was lade ich herunter ?
The installer will do it for you.

For first installation I have build a private package for myself which
just depends from most stuff I need for my work.  Feel free to ask me in
private mail for this package.  This reduces a little bit the first research
for necessary things.  For the brave people there is also auto-apt.  If
you like this, just try:

   # apt-get install auto-apt sudo
   # visudo
     ... allow your user account to sudo dpkg and apt-get
   # auto-apt update

As user do:

   $ auto-apt -x -y run

Then call any program you like (mc, openoffice, ...).  The machine will
automagically detect whether a program is missing install and start it.
(Once I tried it with openoffice at a CeBit booth and auto-apt even detected
that I have a German environment and thus installed German support for
OpenOffice.)  I might add that auto-apt is not really the way to install
a machine, but it's a funny option.

Kind regards



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