If the next CDROM release of -stable is intended to be a 4 CD monster,
would it be possible for the insert to give detailed instructions
and information to dummies like me about what exactly each of the
CD's are used for?
I mean, I got to understand the "live file system" CD back in the
good old 2 CD days. And I always enjoy the challenge of finding
(or not finding) the unpacked source distribution. But when the
2.2.5 release came out I did't have a clue about what to do with
my 4 CD riches...
I'll second this. I installed 2.1.5 to my new 6x86 box
no problem. Except for X. With my new 2.2.5 (very stable)
after perhaps 6 hours and as many retries, zip.
X fails. I can't find the VGA-16 driver. The release
fails to boot in any fashion, although this may be a BIOS
Debian was almost pushbutton on my 0th and 2nd SCSI; so
X does work with my Matrox vcard.
This is my 3rd CD set. Should be the simplest, but isn't.
If there are any FBSD gurus in the Seattle area willing
to help out, I'll buy ya a beer. In fact an entire case!