[xubuntu-users] Xu vs. 486DX2
mellowcellofellow at gmail.com
Wed Feb 21 21:17:48 UTC 2007
You want floppies, Debian Net-install is great. Got it running on a Pentium
I without X as a DNS, DHCP, CUPS, Samba, and Apache Webserver. Works great.
With Debian Net-install, you image three floppies, boot, root, and NIC
drivers. It then downloads the installer program and everything else as it
goes, leaving you with a very basic system by default, but giving you the
option to install servers and desktops, etc.
While not as fast as installing a with CD's, it's an excellent installation
method. I wish Ubuntu offered it.
Also, Puppy runs fine on this machine, DSL wouldn't boot cause of the
ISOLINUX bootloader that is default. There is a SYSLINUX version that is for
hardware that doesn't like ISOLINUX, but my CD burner broke, so I resorted
On 2/21/07, João Santiago <exalowprofile at gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't know if i own that number of floppies xD and i really think the
> other process is easier, even though the floppy thing isn't out of question.
> DSL or tiny and even puppy are all small enough to fit say, 50/60 floppies
> lol time to go shopping xD
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