[clug] Failed OS updates - and a request

Sam Couter sam at couter.dropbear.id.au
Mon Apr 21 10:54:50 EST 2003

Felix Karpfen <felixk at webone.com.au> wrote:
> Which leaves Debian.  At least it concedes the possibility that
> differing users may have different priorities and allows the users
> greater choice.  However, from a cursory initial exploration, it
> appeared to me that I needed broadband access to the Internet to make
> effective use of the Debian package.  This seemed a high price to pay
> for updating a setup that, for the present,  does all that I need.

How about installing Debian stable and only upgrading when new releases
are made? That's once each year or two, depending on various factors
within Debian itself. CDs are available cheaply from many vendors.
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