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Help - Which version should I use?

jamina1 - 21 Sierpień 2008, 18:29
Temat postu: Which version should I use?
I'm a linux noob. I know command line a tiny bit, but mostly for Debian based systems.

So lets just say I'm a complete beginner.

I hear PLD Titanium is the way to go, but the Chroot installer looks really really complicated and scary. (I once tried compiling Gentoo from source and failed... miserably)

I see that I can use the first CD for PLD 2.0 installation -- but is that the same as Titanium?

I'm confused.

I have a computer with a P4, 256MB ram, and 40GB hdd I'd like to put linux on, and PLD is supposed to be super fast and efficient on old hardware.

Help?

KrystianT - 21 Sierpień 2008, 20:15

You can use PLD RescueCD ( http://rescuecd.pld-linux.org/ ). It contain chrinst ( http://qwiat.icenter.pl/chrinst/ )
Probably if you boot from RescueCD you must only generate partition on your disk and
Kod:
cd chrinst
vim chrinst.conf
./chrinst.sh
That's insttal very simple set of pld packages, the rest you can later instal with poldek from your new pld :)

jamina1 - 21 Sierpień 2008, 20:19

I used the Titanium Chroot install instructions.

Took a bit to get Poldek working properly (plus configuring the internet - oy)

but its installing Gnome at the moment. We'll see how it goes!


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