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From: peter at (Peter Busser)
Subject: Fw: Red Hat Linux end-of-life update and transition planning


> > Debian 3.0 CD3 uses a 2.4.18 boot kernel, so you can install under 2.4. 
> Why put this on CD3 instead of CD1? There are far more 2.4 users than
> 2.2 users out there.  Installing Debian using the standard practice
> (starting with CD1 and moving up) is kind of like installing windows 95
> and upgrading as you go.  But either way, why not go with 2.4.20?

Put CD1 in CD-ROM drive.
Boot computer
Wait for prompt
type: bf24<ENTER>

And install a 2.4 kernel based Debian system, which includes ext3/reiserfs
partitions. It's there in the help text, one F-key away.

Peter Busser
The Adamantix Project
Taking high-security Linux out of the labs, and into the real world

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