install debian from iso dvd imagefile
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 11, 2008
I downloaded Debian etch image file from internet. since i don't have a DVD drive in my laptop how can i install using the image file????
i have installed ubuntu 8.04 now can anyone help me to switch to Debian????
install debian using anaconda
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 20, 2004
Hi, every body
Debian is known as dificult to install, if we compare it to redhat, suse ..
I want to use anaconda, I ve just download it. Unfortunatley it is a debian package , I want a bootable software to use for installation.
somebody has an idea please?
thanks in advance
Cannot install debian packages
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 14, 2005
Hi, I just installed the rpm for debian packages. When I go to use dpkg -i packagnamehere.deb i get the following error:
handlling two gcc compiler on one Centos install
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 5, 2014
I have two gcc compilers on my Centos 6.5, 64 bit install. The default compiler is gcc 4.4.7 which is automatically set when I boot the system. This is standard.
I also have gcc 4.7 on my system. However, I forgot the command to make it the defualt compiler. Please tell me what it is.
Any help appreciated.
[SOLVED] Install Debian Jessie alongside CentOS 7 on a Sony Vaio
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 29, 2014
I just finished burning Debian Jessie to a DVD+R; the md5sum signature's were good but before I start the installation I have a few questions.
I already have CentOS installed on this Vaio and have 250.49 GB free because I deleted the Win's 7 partitions that came with this laptop. This laptop is a 64-bit Intel i5 machine.
Searching for tool to install debian packages for RPM based distro (Fedora)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 21, 2006
Hi there, i use Fedora 5 and from time to time i see/find packages where there is only a source .tar.gz and .deb file. I have no problems with compiling from source (mostly) but if there is already a packaged file why should'nt i use this one.
I knew something like apt or dpkg is suitable for this but there similar like yum and i don't want to install a whole new package-managment system cos i am happy with yum/yumex.
I want only install .deb packages separatley.
How to install debian without a screen
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 5, 2004
I have a really old box here. It's a P166 with 65mb SDRAM and a 8.4gb disk.
It also has a cdrom, networkcard and a video-card.
My problem is that the video-card is dead. The box boots just fine, though i cannot see anything on my screen. I don't need to have a screen (later), since i can use ssh.
The problem is that i need to get debian onto that disk.. without a screen.
Any suggestions? :-)
Install debian etch from usbdevice
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 22, 2006
I want to install debian etch on my laptop .The laptop is from pointersystems
(m570au) and is an intel centrino 2.0hgz platform
Installation from cd don't work because after the initial bootup the dvdrw device isn't recognized by the debian installer (the etch netinstall)
neither is my eth card.
Now i have a 40 gb usb-hdd that i want to use to perfom an install from usb
I followed all the steps from the Debian GNU/Linux Installation Guide/4.4. Preparing Files for USB Memory Stick Booting, but it won't boot.
The usb-hdd gets recognized by the laptops bios and it is setup to boot from usb-hdd or other usb devices.
the dvd device is a Compal TSD80Y1 , eth device is a Marvell Yukom pci-e gb device.
With a kubuntu cd things will work so the support for the devices must be possible in the kernel i think.
But i'd prefer to have debian since i'm used to it and very satisfied with it (so far)
any help would be welcome.
downside of using knoppix to install debian?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 4, 2004
Knoppix and it's derivatives seem to be an increasingly popular way to install debian but what are the drawbacks, other than not getting certain packages?
There seem to be more useful Home utilities on a single CD than on multi-CD/DVD distributions.
Is it a little less secure than using Debian proper?
Is it something to do with it being an "unstable" version?
My samsung cd/dvd super writemaster is not being recognized when I install Debian.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 16, 2008
My samsung cd/dvd writer is not being recognized when I try and install it. It shows up in the BIOS setup and the funny thing is, is that it can install ubuntu, xubuntu, edubuntu, ubuntu server and fedora. (Iam trying to build a lamp server). If any one can drop a quick post. That would be great!!! Thanks.
Joe Hill http://web.me.com/joehill3
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