Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Installation day 14.04

At 14.04 was  my great Debian installation day, and i installed my work-computer with Debian 7.4, later at home my notebook with Debian 7.1 and desktop with Debian 7.0.

The cause for the different versions is that i used the DVD for installation and this were the available DVD at this moment.
The installation i only run from media without  a network-connection so that all packages are installed from local media.

After long time usind Debian Squeeze now i switch to Wheezy and enjoy the new user experience with Gnome3.

The installation was very easy and the hardware detection found at the work-computer and home-desktop everything that was installed. It work out of the box. At the notebook i must installed furter nonfree firmware packages with some dpkg -i commands. Wireless lan and graphic card was not found and so it run with gnome-classic.

The only difference i notice was that Debian 7.0 hat the ssh-server selected at tasksel, and with Debian 7.4 it was disabled as default.

Timely this day i recevied the current debian manual from Heike Jurzik.
The books to debian 5 & 6 i owned and the new one is realy fine to read for beginner and professionals. Very nice is that not only Gnome is described, the other enviroments and window manager like fwvm are a part of the book too.
Debian Book at Galileo Computing from Heike Jurzik

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