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RE: on Debian/Alpha



look here:

http://www.debian.org/distrib/ftplist

Egbert Jan

-----Original Message-----
From: Daniel Green [mailto:g595455@etpc87.mar.lmco.com]
Sent: dinsdag 23 oktober 2001 15:04
To: axp-list@redhat.com
Subject: Re: on Debian/Alpha


Alright, I'm game.  Where are the debain cd images.  I have searched around
their ftp site, and can't find any alpha cd images.
I can't/don't want to do a net install.  What are the options for getting
debian on CD.

Dan

"James D. Freels" wrote:

> It is not good that Red Hat decides not to support the Alpha.
> Further, readers of this mailing list act as if using Debian/Alpha
> was somehow a step down.  Be Happy!  You finally have a legitimate
> reason to use and support Debian/Alpha.  I have two Alphas running
> Debian/Alpha/Woody and v2.4.12 of the kernel.  I am very happy
> with these systems and have never looked back when I reformatted the
> hard drives to remove the pre-installed RedHat from those systems
> (several years ago).
>
> The main thing I like about Debian is the ease of upgrading.  apt-get is
> perhaps the best upgrade tool ever.  Further, the Alpha systems are
> consistent with the Intel systems and both maintained exactly the same
> way.  Take a look at www.debian.org.
>
> --
> James D. Freels, P.E._i, Ph.D.
> Oak Ridge National Laboratory
> freelsjd@ornl.gov - work
> jdfreels@home.com - home
>
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