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    Debian 2.2r3 & Unofficial Woody and Sid CD Images
    Posted on Tuesday, May 01 @ 10:38:30 BST

    CD ISO Images
    I've done some digging around and the unofficial CD ISO images for Woody and Testing are being mirrored by serveral Debian mirrors around the world. Attila Nagy provides more details about his ISOs in this post on the debian-devel mailing list. Note that if you've been waiting for the release of the official 2.2r3 ISO images, the 3-CD images should be readily available from most official Debian CD mirrors listed here. Read more for the full mirror list of debian-unofficial images.

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  • "Debian 2.2r3 & Unofficial Woody and Sid CD Images" | Login/Create Account | 16 comments

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    Re: Debian 2.2r3 & Unofficial Woody and Sid CD Images (Score: 6, Informative)
    by Anonymous on Tuesday, May 01 @ 12:18:01 BST


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    Re: Debian 2.2r3 & Unofficial Woody and Sid CD Images (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Tuesday, May 01 @ 13:38:09 BST

    OK, I am a new debian convert, I understand the difference between debian and potato, but not between SID, Testing, Unstable and woody. WTF!!

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    I'm not familiar with "raw" images. (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Tuesday, May 01 @ 23:21:06 BST

    I was checking out the sid directory on those mirrors. There are 7 .raw files there. How would I get those burned to a cd-r and which files do I need to get a working install going? It's kinda confusing...

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    Re: Debian 2.2r3 & Unofficial Woody and Sid CD Images (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Wednesday, May 02 @ 02:52:40 BST

    what's the pool/ dir about?

    and only one cd is needed right? i plan to do a basic install of sid using the first image and then install things using ftp.

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    what about XFS and Reiser support (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Tuesday, June 19 @ 16:37:47 BST

    Do these Woody/Sid bootable test CD's support XFS and Reiser?

    I can't use zoltar's XFS boot floppy, as there wasn't enough room for both UDMA66 and XFS.

    I have a workaround since I can create an extra ext2 partition, and move everything over later to XFS. That, and move my drive back to UDMA33 for now.

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