Following the instructions at:
Edit the apt sources, using your favorite editor:
$ sudo emacs /etc/apt/sources.list
Add these lines to the end of the file:
jaunty main deb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/anders-kaseorg/subversion-1.6/ubuntu
The add the key signature:
$ sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys
where 413576CB is the Signing Key from the web page above... update the
apt cache, and force a reinstall:
$ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get --reinstall install subversion
An excellet collection is Hiren's Boot CD
I'm moving my internal server to new hardware and wanting to load
CentOS 5.2 ... without downloading a half dozen CDs or a 4+GB DVD
image... half of which I probably won't need, or which will be replaced
by updates anyway.
Fortunately, the latest releases have a Net install image, which is
only about 8MB. Look for this file on the mirrors:
for the 64-bit version, or as appropriate for your architecture.
Booting that CD asks about your keyboard and such, and then asks for an
Installation Method. Pick HTTP, and you'll be asked for the website and
directory. Strangely, there's no automatic list of mirrors, so you have
to do some scouting. I suggest using the mirror from singlehop
-- enter this:
Web site name: yum.singlehop.com
CentOS directory: CentOS/5.2/os/x86_64
The first file downloaded is
images/stage2.img which is about 90MB,
and then off you go.
If you're setting up a large number of servers, you probably want to
either download the ISOs or install a local mirror.