Debian 6.0.7 released. Where can I find the .ISO

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  1. Debian GNU/Linux 6.0.7 released. I can't find the .ISO just tarball and .gz downloads. Anyone know how to get the straight .ISO?

    I don't want a Torrent file thank you!
     
  2. Kerodo

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    It should show up on the main Debian site if it's an official stable release. Maybe you're jumping the gun a little?
     
  3. Well it's on softpedia but only as a torrent. I checked debian.org but no sign of the .ISO.
     
  4. Kerodo

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    Yeah, I didn't see it either... Maybe tomorrow?
     
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    Yep, it's there now...
     

  7. Which one do I download, there are 50 of them numbered CD1 to CD50. I can't possible download all of them? Same goes with DVDS.
     
  8. Kerodo

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    I usually use the Net Install CD, run the installer and it downloads what it needs for a typical installation from the internet during install. I don't see the live CD's yet.. unless I've missed something. I did also see a KDE and an XFCE CD there as well, just one disk each.
     
  9. Yeah downloading those two now. But what is the normal .ISO? I don't get it there are 50 CD's & 8 DVD's surely you don't download them all?
     
  10. Kerodo

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    I'm not sure, but I think the 50+ CD's is literally everything, 1st CD is supposedly all you need, and the other 50 are what's in the repositories etc. At least that's what I just read when I Googled it. Maybe somebody knows for sure. Try grabbing just CD #1 and see if you can boot and install off that. That should be the default Gnome disk.
     
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    I went to the torrents & selected an amd64 torrent of 25k. Theres' dozens. Opened in UTorrent & it was a ~636MB ISO. Looks like each are LiveCD ISOs just different torrents.
     
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