Breezy installation question
badran at gmail.com
Fri Sep 16 11:46:24 BST 2005
basicaly it should work, as the network is setup, and you can even set it to
download the latest versions of everything ... and so on .. .but you need to
have a fast contant connection(something better than 56k or even 128k for
that matter..) else the setup will last the whole day. I am even sure I had
installed something that asked for downloading the updates and patches.. but
I cannt get to remeber what it was... the last time I installed an OS was
from the time i found ubuntu.. then it was synaptic heaven.. and apt-get too
On 9/16/05, R Kimber <rkimber at ntlworld.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 16 Sep 2005 03:07:53 +0300 (EEST)
> Ari Torhamo <ari.torhamo at saunalahti.fi> wrote:
> > > As mentioned on previous occasions when this question has come up,
> > > the reason this doesn't work is not because the code isn't there,
> > > but because there isn't space on the CD for multiple kernels (and
> > > if we could scavenge that space, it would be better used for other
> > > things like additional language support).
> > What about in the future making the installation start with a single
> > processor kernel and if multiple processors are detected (and
> > download software from the internet is selected (or something)), smp
> > kernel would be installed? (There's a great risk that this is a
> > stoopid idea, as I don't understand the technical details involved in
> > this matter).
> Yes, I thought about that too. The download/install could take place
> after the CD has been removed and when the main stuff is being loaded.
> Perhaps. Like you I don't know if that presents technical problems.
> - Richard.
> Richard Kimber
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