debian sarge boot floppies
alex_snow at gmx.net
Tue Jun 15 21:23:57 EDT 2004
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Yup it still works. I've done a few installs recently with it.
Jun 15, 2004 at 05:33:41PM -0500, Cheryl Homiak wrote:
> Hi Alex.
> The only reason I suggested the iso was somewhat out of date is that
> debian unstable is now in beta 4 (I think) and so many changes have
> probably been made to the installer since the speakup-netinst was done.
> Therefore, I wanted to warn people about the possibility of not making it
> through a complete net-install with this iso. But if it does still work
> for a full install, that's great!!!
> Maybe it would be possible, if it works, to put this iso on the speakup
> site in place of the old woody. That IS
> "Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also."
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Besides, its really not worthwhile to use more than two times your physical
ram in swap (except in a select few situations). The performance of the system
becomes so abysmal you'd rather heat pins under your toenails while reciting
Windows95 source code and staring at porn flicks of Bob Dole than actually try
to type something.
-- seen on c.o.l.development.system, about the size of the swap space
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