Ubuntu 4.10 now available

January 26, 2005 2:30 pm

I’ve create an Ubuntu Linux disk image, available now through the Distro Wizard.

[url=http://www.ubuntulinux.org/][img]http://www.linode.com/images/logos/ubuntu_logo.png[/img][/url]
[code]adduser
alsa-base
alsa-utils
apt
apt-utils
aptitude
at
base-config
base-files
base-passwd
bash
bind9-host
bsdmainutils
bsdutils
bzip2
console-common
console-data
console-tools
coreutils
cpio
cramfsprogs
cron
dash
debconf
debconf-i18n
debianutils
dhcp3-client
dhcp3-common
diff
discover1
discover1-data
dmidecode
dmsetup
dnsutils
dosfstools
dpkg
dselect
e2fslibs
e2fsprogs
ed
eject
evms
evms-ncurses
fdutils
file
findutils
ftp
gcc-3.3-base
gettext-base
gnupg
grep
groff-base
gzip
hdparm
hostname
hotplug
ifrename
ifupdown
info
initrd-tools
initscripts
iproute
iptables
iputils-arping
iputils-ping
iputils-tracep
jfsutils
klogd
laptop-detect
less
libacl1
libasound2
libatm1
libattr1
libblkid1
libbz2-1.0
libc6
libc6-i686
libcap1
libcomerr2
libconsole
libdb1-compat
libdb3
libdb4.2
libdevmapper1.
libdiscover1
libdns16
libevms-2.3
libexpat1
libfribidi0
libgc1
libgcc1
libgcrypt7
libgdbm3
libgnutls10
libgpg-error0
libgpmg1
libidn11
libisc7
libiw27
libldap2
liblocale-gett
liblockfile1
liblwres1
liblzo1
libmagic1
libncurses5
libncursesw5
libnewt0.51
libopencdk8
libpam-modules
libpam-runtime
libpam0g
libparted1.6-0
libpcap0.7
libpcap0.8
libpopt0
libreadline4
libreiserfs0.3
libsasl2
libsigc++-1.2-
libss2
libssl0.9.7
libstdc++5
libtasn1-2
libtext-charwi
libtext-iconv-
libtext-wrapi1
libusb-0.1-4
libuuid1
libwrap0
locales
login
logrotate
lsb-base
lshw
lsof
ltrace
lvm-common
lvm10
lvm2
mailx
makedev
man-db
manpages
mawk
mdadm
mdetect
memtest86+
mii-diag
mime-support
module-init-to
modutils
mount
mtr-tiny
mutt
nano
ncurses-base
ncurses-bin
net-tools
netbase
netcat
ntp
ntpdate
openssh-client
openssh-server
parted
passwd
pciutils
perl-base
popularity-con
postfix-tls
ppp
pppconfig
pppoeconf
procps
psmisc
python
python2.3
reiser4progs
reiserfsprogs
reportbug
rsync
sed
slang1a-utf8
strace
sudo
sysklogd
sysv-rc
sysvinit
tar
tcpd
tcpdump
telnet
time
udev
usbutils
util-linux
vim
vim-common
w3m
wget
whiptail
wireless-tools
xfsprogs
xresprobe
zlib1g
[/code]
There are probably just a few packages that could be removed, but overall I’m happy with the install. Please let me know if I’ve overlooked anything.

Enjoy!
-Chris

4 Responses

  1. I love that we dont just have redhat + debian as OS choices. Reason I signed up in the first place is my fav distro Slackware was on offer 🙂

  2. [quote:1589b89b6c=”caker”]
    There are probably just a few packages that could be removed, but overall I’m happy with the install. Please let me know if I’ve overlooked anything.
    [/quote]

    A method that’s worked well for me is to take a Debian install and change the apt sources to point at Ubuntu’s archive.

    http://www.ubuntulinux.org/wiki/WartyUpgradeNotes

  3. Do you have any plans to upgrade the Ubuntu distro to a newer release?

    Manuel.

    [b]UPDATE: Ubuntu 5.10 is already available!!!! :D[/b][color=red][/color][/size]

  4. this does a server install of Ubuntu 5.10

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