Joost Kremers wrote:
> the cd's labelled "install" contain packages to be installed, the once
> labelled "source" are exactly that.


That isn't quite true anymore, as the 2.6.18 kernel is on CD 4 (src 1)
and "pasture" has been on one of the source disks for some time already
(in 11.0 it is on CD 5). Ok, most people will not need those.

> to install a running system, you'd only need the first cd. it's always
> possible to download any missing packages separately.


You indeed need only enough packages from "a", "n" and "l" to be able
to get onto the net, the rest can then always be downloaded from the
nearest mirror.
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