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    User Mode Linux with woody and LVM
    Submitted by polarbear on Tuesday, January 11, 2005 – 10:32
    WoodyI wrote a small HOWTO about how to install User Mode Linux on woody with LVM.
    Category: HOWTOs 0 comments

    Eclipse 3.0 on Debian Woody
    Submitted by David Nutter on Monday, October 25, 2004 – 21:47
    WoodyJava development and vanilla Woody don’t mix well, so I’ve knocked up a brief document explaining how to run Eclipse 3.0 under Woody.
    Category: Tips 3 comments · read more

    OpenOffice Packages Released for ‘Woody’
    Submitted by robster on Friday, January 09, 2004 – 09:36
    WoodyChris Halls has announced the availability of OpenOffice 1.1 packages backported to woody. A list of mirrors that hold the packages is available here.
    Category: News 0 comments

    Woody backport repository
    Submitted by fergus on Wednesday, November 12, 2003 – 11:10
    WoodyThis site seems to be a good place to go to get those packages you want but can’t have in woody:
    http://www.backports.org/. This has a wide collection of backports of newer software to woody, so you don’t have to track sarge or sid.
    Category: News 17 comments

    My Favorite Woody Backport Repository
    Submitted by dan.hunt on Friday, May 23, 2003 – 04:33
    Woody

    OpenOffice.Org
    9% (39 votes)
       
    KDE 3
    26% (108 votes)
     
    GNOME 2
    24% (98 votes)
       
    Mozilla 1.3
    6% (23 votes)
       
    BlackBox
    2% (7 votes)
       
    XFree86
    9% (36 votes)
       
    LAME
    1% (3 votes)
       
    Mutt
    2% (7 votes)
       
    Blender
    1% (3 votes)
       
    No backports on my Woody
    21% (88 votes)
       

    Total votes: 412
    11 comments

    Preparation of Debian GNU/Linux 3.0r1
    Submitted by robster on Sunday, November 03, 2002 – 13:07
    WoodyMartin “Joey” Schulze is is preparing the latest revision of the stable Debian release, 3.0 “woody”. This revision includes bug fixes which fix uninstallable packages, security problems and other serious issues. The release is aimed for mid November.
    Category: News 0 comments · read more

    Woody install walkthrough
    Submitted by DanielS on Monday, October 28, 2002 – 00:06
    WoodyClinton de Young over at OSNews has written a fantastic walkthrough of installing woody with its standard installer (aka boot-floppies). While it’s “very verbose”, it’s quite easy to read and is an excellent way to get a GNOME-based woody system up, without knowing boot-floppies in and out. Hats off to Clinton! (Sorry, couldn’t resist).
    Category: News 6 comments

    Cyrus IMAPd 2.1.9 for Woody
    Submitted by hmh on Friday, October 18, 2002 – 15:26
    WoodyCyrus IMAPd 2.1.9 has been backported to Woody.

    Cyrus IMAPd is one of the two best IMAP servers available in the free-software world. It talks POP3 and IMAP following the proper RFCs to the letter, and it also knows Sieve (for server-side filtering), and a lot of IMAP extensions (such as server-side threading, sorting, annotations, list extensions, anonymous users, shared folders…).

    Category: News 1 comment · read more

    An Unbiased Review of Debian 3.0
    Submitted by bfeeney on Thursday, October 17, 2002 – 21:41
    WoodyThis is a critical review of Debian 3.0, but I want to say right from the start that I’m not trying to bait anyone. However I feel that reviewers often root for Debian as the open-source underdog, and give it marks which it doesn’t deserve. If RedHat 8.0 came out with installation software like Debian 3.0 it would be savaged. I think it’s time for an honest review, to spur the Debian developers into making the best possible distribution. I really want Debian to succeed. I want to use it daily, and recommend it to my friends. But I can’t do that right now and I think it’s important people understand why.
    Category: Opinion 102 comments · read more

    Woody extra CD
    Submitted by d00d on Sunday, August 11, 2002 – 01:36
    WoodyNow that Woody is out, there are some interesting things that unluckily were not ready to get into it (X 4.2, GNOME2, KDE3, OpenOffice, a graphical installer…). Are there any plans to build an “extra” CD to complement woody for those who don’t care much about stability but have little bandwidth and desperate needs?
    Category: News 16 comments

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