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    An Updated Woody Installer
    Submitted by gcbirzan on Tuesday, June 15, 2004 – 03:19
    CD ImagesWith everyone around talking about how Woody has an outdated installer and lacks some new packages and hardware support some people felt the urge to get to work. The result? Hilux, a customized installer. It has a 2.4.26 version kernel, supports XFS, LVM, RAID and various hardware drivers, comes with vim & bash, you can even resize partitions using parted and you get postfix as the default MTA. Hilux has two flavours, a business card and a mini CD version which will help you install a minimal Debian system or even an X Window desktop.
    Category: News 4 comments

    Woody 3.0r2 CD Images available
    Submitted by robster on Thursday, December 11, 2003 – 11:35
    CD ImagesPhil Hands, with much help from Steve Kemp has signed off a new set of CD images for the latest and greatest release of Debian “woody” 3.0. The images as usual are available at cdimage.debian.org. Please, pretty please, use jigdo from your local mirror, with a cherry on top.
    Category: News 11 comments

    Beta 1 of Debian-Installer Released
    Submitted by ensor on Wednesday, November 12, 2003 – 04:32
    CD ImagesThe debian-installer project has released beta 1 of the installer, which will be the installer for sarge; this release is i386 and powerpc-only, but please go and test it! If you have time and a spare machine, do some testing and file bug reports.
    Category: News 5 comments

    Morphix Comes of Age
    Submitted by robster on Thursday, August 28, 2003 – 13:02
    CD ImagesMorphix which we first mentioned in March has now come of age, with Newsforge carrying an interview with Morphix’s founder, Alex de Landgraaf. Morphix can be downloaded in various flavours depending on what GUI you want, the spec of the machine you are going to run it on and how many features you want. This is possible due to its modular infrastructure.
    Category: News 7 comments

    Australian Personal Computer includes Debian on Cover CD
    Submitted by iain on Wednesday, June 18, 2003 – 06:44
    CD ImagesAustralian Personal Computer includes Debian 3.0 (2 CDs) on its cover this Month (July 2003). This is the first time I have seen Debian on a cover CD in Australia. APC has a wide distribution in Australia, so I think this is great news. I must say that I am a little surprised that they went with Debian rather than (the usually trivial to get going) Knoppix, but kudos to them for making the right choice. DebianPlanet is mentioned in the article, too …

    DanielS: APC are, I think, Australia’s largest-selling computer magazine; unfortunately their articles aren’t online.

    Category: News 26 comments

    Bonzai Linux releases version 1.7
    Submitted by hackett on Sunday, June 08, 2003 – 04:31
    CD ImagesBonzia Linux, the Debian based distribution that fits on a 180MB CD-R(W) and features KDE 3.1.2, has been updated to version 1.7 as of June 5th, 2003. You can download an ISO at http://developer.berlios.de/projects/bonzai/.
    Category: News 0 comments · read more

    MiniWoody 1.1 released
    Submitted by robster on Wednesday, March 26, 2003 – 14:30
    CD ImagesMiniWoody is a modified and updated version of the Debian Woody 3.0 release in order to fit on the confines of a 180MB CD. Modifications include a simplified installation process with improved automatic detection of hardware, especially for the X Window System. Updated packages include the current stable KDE release (3.1.1).
    Category: News 15 comments · read more

    Debian based Live CD’s
    Submitted by tarzeau on Tuesday, March 18, 2003 – 17:58
    CD ImagesProbably everyone knows KNOPPIX is a Debian based live CD. But hey look, suddenly there are a few other Debian based live CD’s; GNOPPIX is not yet downloadable however Morphix is. It is based on KNOPPIX but with GNOME 2.2 and XFree 4.3.0 instead of KDE 3.

    DanielS: The GNOPPIX site appears to only be in German; oh well.

    Category: News 12 comments

    myKnoppix
    Submitted by imclaren on Thursday, November 21, 2002 – 12:29
    CD ImagesDWN recently had an article which included this link describing how to modify knoppix to include GNUMed. The same process can be used to add/remove/update any/all programs included on the CD. So by using this process, you can now roll your own Knoppix.
    Category: Tips 9 comments

    JFS boot-floppies and net install CD
    Submitted by Zomb on Monday, August 26, 2002 – 22:50
    CD ImagesFor those of you who are interested in installing Debian onto a JFS filesystem, there is a set of modified boot-floppies and netinst CD images available here. They are built in a similar way to the XFS install series and also provide some precompiled module packages.
    Category: News 2 comments

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