Re: HOW TO INSTALL DEBIAN ON A BLANK (JUST ASSEMBLED) MACHINE
(please don't shout in the subject line - thanks)
On Thu, Apr 17, 2003 at 08:12:04AM +0100, Khedkar, Sumit wrote:
> All the installation doc gives only the way how to install debian on a
> machine that is already running. Will debian move from that stage to
> becoming a complete OS? I never remember Microsoft needs some other OS
> running for Windows to install!!!
Yes, it needs DOS ;-)
> Can anyone tell how to install debian on a machine that has been just
Well, if your machine has a BIOS, you should be able to boot it from
floppy or CD and start the installation from there.
The only requirement mentioned in the guides about for existing computer
with an existing OS is to create the floppies, IIRC. The target computer
doesn't need any OS; installation is even easier if you don't have to
worry about overwriting it ;-)
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