mini-beep.iso seems obsoleted already
tony at baechler.net
Wed Sep 10 06:27:46 EDT 2008
Ah, that makes sense. OK, can you put in a custom mirror? I don't know
because I've never tried. If so, look at http://snapshots.debian.net/.
You can give any date for the past several years and find old modules
that way. I haven't actually used it but read about it here when people
were having ALSA problems. I looked at the site and you can either go
by date or release. Each date has its own set of sources.list entries
that you would add. You could go back to 2008-08-01 for example.
Again, I've only looked, not actually used it.
Cheryl Homiak wrote:
> I think the problem isn't that one has to find up-to-date mirrors for
> the mini-beep iso. The idea is that the kernel version used by the
> installer and its matching modules are no longer current so many
> mirrors would have gotten rid of them. So one would be looking for a
> mirror with old modules, not necessarily the most up-to-date mirror.
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