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    TelemetryBox – Woody release with some addons
    Submitted by o-o on Saturday, June 08, 2002 – 18:03
    DebianIf you cannot wait for a release of woody then check out the TelemetryBox distribution. This is Debian 3.0 with enhancements for easy installation and maintenance. A downloadable iso image is available. Contains network diagnostics, X and complete gui, E-mail server, list server and firewalling functionality all bundled together for easy installation. CD contains a live filesystem that can boot a fully functional Debian system without having to touch the harddisk. CDs and support can also be ordered from the TelemetryBox Corporation.
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    Subject: Seems redundant to me.
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Sunday, 2002/06/09 – 06:15
    Looking through their files and apt sources, and it would seem this is just Debian 3 with a couple of packages thown in. Yes it says this, in the initial post, but I mean, there is hardly anything in this dist. At all! And the majority of stuff is downloaded directly from Debians servers anyways. Debian servers used to update files and etc.

    Could I make a few packages, customise an install cd of Woody, link to the Debian server and call it a distribution? Nahh!!!!

    So why not just use Woody?

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