harry.vorstenbosch at zonnet.nl
Fri Feb 17 17:46:45 UTC 2006
I haven't compare them, while I have used them both for installations,
but as far as I have experienced with Ubuntu you have to go through the
System Administration and the Synaptic Package manager to accomplish
your "final" installations the way you want. Some additions will be
installed directly from DVD or CD and others via your Internet
On Fri, 2006-02-17 at 16:21 +0000, Martin J Hooper wrote:
> lordSauron wrote:
> > On 2/16/06, Harry Vorstenbosch <harry.vorstenbosch at zonnet.nl> wrote:
> >> The DVD contains both, the Live and Install CD.
> >> It boots up and from there you can choose if you are going to install or
> >> to run directly from DVD (live session)
> > It's very useful. For instance, you can use the live linux part to
> > repartition your hard drive, shinking your windows partition, for
> > example, and then just reboot and use the same disk to install. It's
> > easier than burning two CDs, but it's a matter of bandwidth and
> > hardware (if you don't have a DVD burner) whether you use it.
> Ahh Cool...
> Does the DVD have more installable packages on it compared to the CD? I
> would presume it has...
> I do have the bandwidth and a DVD writer which is why I was asking... ;)
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