specmod1 wrote:I am thinking about installing Debian stable, But Debian has took out all non free drivers, so could i use the Debian mint dvd itsself as a repo? so i can install my wifi drivers?
I have a edimax PCl wifo card not sure what driver to look for? ew-7128g
I also do not want to install everything....... Is it possible to do a custom install? I do not want install open office, and a LOT of other crap, Gimp.. etc I don't even have a printer or blue tooth why would i need them installed?
vincent wrote:The latest LMDE snapshot (2012-12/2011-01) was released before the final release of Debian Squeeze (i.e. the latest stable version). That means that as long as you haven't updated it yet, just edit /etc/apt/sources.list and change all the references of "testing" to "squeeze"; once you update your system, you'll effectively have a Debian Stable system.
mads wrote:specmod1 wrote:... and all kinds of hidden programs
Could you mention one? I've never heard of "hidden" programs before.
The Common UNIX Printing System (or CUPS(tm)) is a printing system and
general replacement for lpd and the like. It supports the Internet
Printing Protocol (IPP), and has its own filtering driver model for
handling various document types
specmod1 wrote:Is it safe to remove Samba too? what about cups?
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