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Installing Debian using debootstrap

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A command-line alternative for installing Debian Linux...
With the current installer, installing Debian on newer systems with exotic hardware is not always a trivial process. The installation CD-ROMs include older versions of the Linux kernel that often lack support for modern hardware such as hard disk or RAID controllers and network adapters. Plus, the drivers for some hardware -- most notably wireless LAN interfaces -- are not part of the mainline kernel, or require binary firmware images that cannot be distributed by Debian.
 read more | mail this link | score:6880 | -Ray, August 22, 2006
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