urpmi.addmedia plf-free ftp://ftp.free.fr/pub/Distributions_Linux/plf/mandrake/free/10.2 with hdlist.cz
urpmi.addmedia plf-nonfree ftp://plf.time4t.net/pub/plf/mandrake/non-free/10.2 with hdlist.cz
urpmi.addmedia --update updates ftp://anorien.csc.warwick.ac.uk/Mandrakelinux/official/updates/LE2005/main_updates/ with media_info/hdlist.cz
urpmi.addmedia main ftp://anorien.csc.warwick.ac.uk/Mandrakelinux/official/2005/i586/media/main with media_info/hdlist.cz
urpmi.addmedia contrib ftp://anorien.csc.warwick.ac.uk/Mandrakelinux/official/2005/i586/media/contrib with media_info/hdlist.cz
urpmi.addmedia jpackage ftp://anorien.csc.warwick.ac.uk/Mandrakelinux/official/2005/i586/media/jpackage with media_info/hdlist.cz
bigjohn wrote:Of course, if you really are into cutting edge, then look into Gentoo, because if you follow the install handbook religiously, you should be able to get it installed. It usually has the most up to date stuff available, plus theres a way to mod the config to make it bleeding (rather than just cutting) edge.
bigjohn wrote:The only downside is that it's based on source, so if you tell it to do the updates etc, then it gets the packages and only then does it compile them - which depending on the package(s) can take a while (I used to do that over night).
bigjohn wrote:Plus it make you learn lots, as so much stuff has to be done manually i.e. not many automated config tools.
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