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Debian GNU Linux 3.0 r0 "Woody" - Official i386 Binary-1 CD
(HTML version in README.html)\n\n Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 r0 "Woody" - Official i386 Binary-1 CD \n\n\n\n CONTENTS:\n\n * Intro\n * About This CD\n * Installing\n * Upgrading\n * Last-Minute Notes\n * Using CDs with Dselect and Apt\n * Non-free/Non-US\n * CD Manufacturers\n * More Information\n\n\n Welcome to the exciting world of \n Debian GNU/Linux! \n\nIntro\n=====\n\n This is one of the CD-ROMs of the Debian GNU/Linux distribution.\n Debian is a very extensive collection of software. But it is more. It\n is a complete Operating System (OS) for your computer. And it is free\n (as in "freedom").\n\n An operating system is the set of basic programs and utilities that\n make your computer run. At the core of an operating system is the\n kernel. The kernel is the most fundamental program on the computer,\n which does all the basic housekeeping and lets you start other\n programs. Debian is kernel independent. It currently uses the Linux\n kernel but work is in progress to provide Debian for other kernels,\n using the Hurd. Most of the basic operating system tools come from the\n GNU project; hence the name GNU/Linux.\n\n Debian is available for various kinds of computers ("architectures"),\n like "IBM-compatible" PCs (i386), Compaq's Alpha, Motorola's 680x0\n (m68k), Sun's Sparc, Motorola/IBM's PowerPC, and (Strong)ARM\n processors. Check the ports page (http://www.debian.org/ports) for\n more information.\n\n Read more at\n\n http://www.debian.org/intro/about\n\n\nAbout This CD\n=============\n\n This CD-ROM is labeled\n\n Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 r0 "Woody" - Official i386 Binary-1\n\n which means that this CD is number 1 of totally 7 CDs containing\n programs ("binaries") for `i386' computers.\n\n The programs on the Binary CDs are ordered by popularity. The Binary-1\n CD contains the most popular programs and the installation tools; it\n is possible to install and run Debian with only the Binary-1 CD. The\n other CDs, up to Binary-7, contain mostly special-interest programs.\n\n\nInstalling\n==========\n\n Because Debian is a complete Operating System, the installation\n procedure may seem a bit unusual. You can install Debian GNU/Linux\n either next to your current OS, or as only OS on your computer.\n\n Read the Installation Manual, on this CD at\n\n /install/doc/install.en.html (English version).\n\n Translations of the Installation Manual, and plain-text and PDF\n versions, are also available in the\n\n /install/doc\n\n directory, along with various other documents.\n\n Programs and other files that are needed for the installation can be\n found on this CD under\n\n /dists/woody/main/disks-i386\n\n For the impatient ones: you can start the installation program easily\n by booting off this CD-ROM. Note that not all (esp. older) systems\n support this.\n\n You can also examine the\n\n /install\n\n directory; you might be able to start the installation system directly\n from there.\n\n\nUpgrading\n=========\n\n If you are already running an older version of the Debian GNU/Linux\n Operating System, you may want to upgrade to version 3.0.\n\n At this moment, woody-specific upgrade procedures are not yet\n available. In the mean time, use the potato procedures, available on\n your local Debian mirror in the\n /debian/dists/potato/main/upgrade-i386/ directory.\n\n\nLast-Minute Notes\n=================\n\n * You should keep in mind that this is an unofficial CD of the\n current development version of the Debian system. This means that\n all sorts of bugs may be present anywhere in the system.\n\n\n\nUsing CDs with Dselect and Apt\n==============================\n\n After installing or upgrading, Debian's packaging system can use\n CD-ROMs, local collections, or networked servers (FTP, HTTP) to\n automatically install software from (.deb packages). This is done\n preferably with the `apt' and `dselect' programs. If you do not\n already know how to setup these, here is a brief explanation.\n\n First of all, comment out every line of /etc/apt/sources.list by\n placing a hash sign (`#') in front of it (if it isn't already there).\n\n Then you need to add new "deb" lines describing the location(s) where\n apt will get the new packages from. You can add "deb" lines for a\n packages mirror on a local harddisk, and/or FTP/HTTP mirrors, and/or\n (a set of) CD-ROMs. `Apt' will consider all packages that can be found\n via any "deb" line, and use the one with the highest version number,\n giving priority to the first mentioned lines. (So, in case of multiple\n mirror locations, you'd typically first name a local harddisk, then\n CD-ROMs, and finally FTP/HTTP mirrors.)\n\n * For a local archive (or a single mounted CD-ROM), that for example\n has these directories,\n\n /var/ftp/debian/dists/potato/main/binary-i386/...\n /var/ftp/debian/dists/potato/contrib/binary-i386/...\n --------------- ------ |\\\n \\________ \\_ | \\___\n add: \\ \\ | \\\n --------------- ------ | \\\n deb file:/var/ftp/debian potato main contrib\n\n As shown, the `dists' is added implicitly, and the 3rd,...\n arguments are used to expand the path into multiple directories.\n\n If you have a complete mirror that also has non-free and non-US,\n you typically have to add lines like these:\n\n deb file:/var/ftp/debian potato main contrib non-free\n deb file:/var/ftp/debian-non-US potato/non-US main contrib\n non-free\n\n If you don't have such a structure, other description lines are\n possible, see the sources.list manpage.\n\n * FTP or HTTP packages mirror addresses can be found on this CD in\n README.mirrors.txt, or on http://www.debian.org/distrib/ftplist,\n look at the "Full list of mirrors".\n\n If the mirror has these directories:\n\n ftp://some-server/debian/dists/potato/main/binary-i386/...\n ftp://some-server/debian/dists/potato/contrib/binary-i386/...\n ------------------------ ------ | |\n \\___ / | |\n add: \\ / | |\n ------------------------ ------ | |\n deb ftp://some-server/debian potato main contrib\n\n As shown, the `dists' is added implicitly, and the 3rd,...\n arguments are used to expand the path into multiple directories.\n\n If you use a complete mirror that also has non-free and non-US,\n you typically have to add lines like these:\n\n deb ftp://some-server/debian potato main contrib non-free\n deb ftp://some-server/debian-non-US potato/non-US main contrib\n non-free\n\n If the mirror doesn't have such a structure, other description\n lines are possible, see the sources.list manpage.\n\n * In case of upgrading from a set of CD-ROMs (also possible for a\n single, unmounted CD-ROM), do _not_ add any lines to sources.list\n manually.\n\n Instead, first make sure there is a line in /etc/fstab that\n connects the /cdrom mount point with your CD-ROM drive (the exact\n `/cdrom' mount point is "required" for apt). For example, if\n /dev/hdc is your CD-ROM drive, /etc/fstab should contain a line\n\n /dev/hdc /cdrom auto defaults,noauto,ro 0 0\n\n To test this, insert a CD-ROM and give commands\n\n mount /cdrom\n ls -alF /cdrom (this should show the CD-ROM's root\n directory)\n umount /cdrom\n\n Then, use the command\n\n apt-cdrom add\n\n to add the data of each individual CD-ROM to apt's internal\n database. This command will ask for one CD-ROM per run, and\n mount/unmount the CD-ROM automatically. You should repeat this\n command for all 2.2 `Binary' CD-ROMs you have.\n\n The final step of the preparation is to update apt's internal database\n with the command\n\n apt-get update\n\n Once this is done, you can install packages from the commandline using\n apt-get. For example, if you want to install the packages `commprog'\n and `maxgame', you can give the command\n\n apt-get install commprog maxgame\n\n Note that you don't have to enter the complete path, or the `.deb'\n extension. `Apt' will figure this out itself.\n\n `Dselect' is also able to use `apt' to fetch the packages. To set up\n `dselect', choose [A]ccess in the main menu, and then select `apt'.\n The sources.list file should be okay already, so don't let the program\n make a new one. Then, after an [U]pdate, the configuration is ready.\n You can just keep using [S]elect and [I]nstall to install packages.\n\n See dselect's online help screens for more information (use the `?'\n key).\n\n\nNon-free and Non-US\n===================\n\n The package sections `non-free' and `non-US' contain packages that\n either have a restrictive license, or can't be exported from the US\n (like `pgp' or `ssh'). It may well be that this CD does not contain\n (all of) these packages. You can get them from our FTP/HTTP mirror\n sites.\n\n `Non-free' packages are on our "regular" mirrors, listed in\n README.mirrors.html on this CD, or on\n http://www.debian.org/distrib/ftplist ("Full list of mirrors").\n\n `Non-US' packages are on special mirrors outside the US, listed in\n README.non-US on this CD, or on\n http://www.debian.org/misc/README.non-US.\n\n Note that you are allowed to import non-US packages into the US.\n\n\nCD Manufacturers\n================\n\n You are completely free to manufacture and (re-)distribute CD-ROMs of\n the Debian GNU/Linux Operating System, like this one. There is no\n charge from us (but of course donations are always welcome).\n\n For all needed information, and contact addresses, please refer to\n\n http://cdimage.debian.org\n\n\nMore Information\n================\n\n There is much more information present on this CD. Besides the already\n mentioned installation and upgrading procedures, this is the most\n interesting:\n\n * /doc/FAQ Debian FAQ\n * /doc/constitution.txt The Debian Constitution\n * /doc/debian-manifesto The Debian Manifesto\n * /doc/social-contract.txt Debian's Social Contract\n * /doc/bug-reporting.txt Bug reporting instructions\n\n Also on the Internet are many resources. To name a few:\n\n * http://www.debian.org The Debian homepage\n * http://www.debian.org/doc Debian Documentation\n * http://www.debian.org/support Debian User Support\n * http://www.linuxdoc.org The Linux Documentation Project\n * http://www.linux.org General Linux homepage\n\n\n\n See the Debian contact page (http://www.debian.org/contact) for\n information on contacting us.\n\n Last Modified: Wed Apr 18 19:09:34 CEST 2001
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