#debian - Sat 17 Mar 2007 between 00:01 and 00:06

phreqmodUh... abrotman said that they were paying $1 a pop for each correct answer over here!!!
abrotmanover where ?
MTecknologylunitik: Will you please make this incredibly easy for me and give me a direct link to the most current stable release for an i386 system?
abrotmanMTecknology: you already have it
pickcoderonly $1?
asgpickcoder: abrotman is cheap
pickcoderI was offered $2.50
dpkgFor stable/sarge: http://www.debian.org/releases/sarge/debian-installer/ and the development page for the installer(ISOs for etch/testing) is http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-installer/ d-i is the new generation Debian Installer, the replacement for boot floopies which was last used in woody. If you want to make custom install cds, start with d-i. IRC: oftc.net: #debian-boot.
intruder_people are so lazy
MTecknologyabrotman: so dloading any other CD won't help me?
pickcoderthough I was mistaken for someone else..
phreqmodpickcoder, yeah, cheap bastards, you know this "free software" hippies and all that
abrotman!sarge 2.6.20
dpkgsomebody said sarge 2.6.20 was http://kmuto.jp/debian/d-i/
MTecknologyabrotman: can you explain this to me? I have the most current cd, but I need to dload something else?
abrotmanyou have the latest stable release installer
lunitikMTecknology: did some hardware fail to work? perhaps abrotman knows that the newer kernel supports what has failed?
dpkgTen-HUT! Fall in! Sarge is the code name for the current stable Debian release, version 3.1, released on June 6th, 2005. Ask me about <install debian>. Sarge is the biggest lump of free as in freedom software ever released at one time... read the release notes at http://www.debian.org/releases/stable/releasenotes, or the best thing since sliced cheese.
abrotman1.5 years old
phreqmodjust curoius, exactly what hardware is in discussion?
asgphreqmod: teledildonic usb interface
abrotmanhis NIC doesn't work
but he doesn't know what NIC it is
abrotmanthose work in sarge
phreqmodAhhh that. Never managed to get it to work, had to buy the PCMCIA version which isn't nearly as satisfying :(
pickcodernot all of them
asgphreqmod: a little flat, I agree
phreqmodIs the NIC PCI?
Azarasg what version of teledildonic/
MTecknologyDAMMIT - Windows won't boot w/ the CD drive attached, and Linux isn't recognizing my hardware
I'm going to cry
asgAzar: it's still in testing ... and probably will remain so for a long time

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