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mikeones
I am moving towards installing debian on my 3200 but am not sure about what the proper /etc/sources.list is once I have installed from netinst.

Also, once installed and the proper sources.list added, can the OS be kept up via dist-upgrades and apt-get install linux-image-2.6.xx the way lenny can be maintained?
tux
QUOTE(mikeones @ May 5 2008, 09:30 PM) *
I am moving towards installing debian on my 3200 but am not sure about what the proper /etc/sources.list is once I have installed from netinst.

Also, once installed and the proper sources.list added, can the OS be kept up via dist-upgrades and apt-get install linux-image-2.6.xx the way lenny can be maintained?

cool.gif Assuming that you are talking about EABI: then the pinned thread about Up to date repositories for ... will give you the answer about your sources.list. smile.gif

Whether you are using EABI or the TitchyLinux installation dist-upgrade will work. biggrin.gif However, you should not do the 'apt-get install linux-image-2.6.x' because altering the kernel is done by the flashing method on the Zs. wink.gif

HTH.
mikeones
QUOTE(tux @ May 6 2008, 02:40 AM) *
QUOTE(mikeones @ May 5 2008, 09:30 PM) *
I am moving towards installing debian on my 3200 but am not sure about what the proper /etc/sources.list is once I have installed from netinst.

Also, once installed and the proper sources.list added, can the OS be kept up via dist-upgrades and apt-get install linux-image-2.6.xx the way lenny can be maintained?

cool.gif Assuming that you are talking about EABI: then the pinned thread about Up to date repositories for ... will give you the answer about your sources.list. smile.gif

Whether you are using EABI or the TitchyLinux installation dist-upgrade will work. biggrin.gif However, you should not do the 'apt-get install linux-image-2.6.x' because altering the kernel is done by the flashing method on the Zs. wink.gif

HTH.

I am startting with TitchyLinux installation. Will the sources be the same? Is there a separate repo for the sources on OABI?

Thanks
tux
QUOTE(mikeones @ May 6 2008, 05:16 PM) *
QUOTE(tux @ May 6 2008, 02:40 AM) *
QUOTE(mikeones @ May 5 2008, 09:30 PM) *
I am moving towards installing debian on my 3200 but am not sure about what the proper /etc/sources.list is once I have installed from netinst.

Also, once installed and the proper sources.list added, can the OS be kept up via dist-upgrades and apt-get install linux-image-2.6.xx the way lenny can be maintained?

cool.gif Assuming that you are talking about EABI: then the pinned thread about Up to date repositories for ... will give you the answer about your sources.list. smile.gif

Whether you are using EABI or the TitchyLinux installation dist-upgrade will work. biggrin.gif However, you should not do the 'apt-get install linux-image-2.6.x' because altering the kernel is done by the flashing method on the Zs. wink.gif

HTH.

I am startting with TitchyLinux installation. Will the sources be the same? Is there a separate repo for the sources on OABI?

Thanks



When you succeed in installing Titchy you will find that the sources.list is put there for you. smile.gif You'll then see that, yes the OABI aka ARM repos are not the same as the EABI aka ARMEL ones. wink.gif
mikeones
QUOTE
When you succeed in installing Titchy you will find that the sources.list is put there for you. smile.gif You'll then see that, yes the OABI aka ARM repos are not the same as the EABI aka ARMEL ones. wink.gif

Thanks. Kinda struggling with the install now... Started another thread for that. Hoping to resolve that issue.
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