Re: looking at debian
On Sat, 18 Feb 2017, Sebastian Humenda wrote:
Probably better to get latest firmware image since that one supports more
exotic hardware. If an ethernet connection is to be used for the machine
then the firmware image likely will not be necessary.
I don't know, if a stretch install gets done on a machine with an ethernet
connection is it like a wifi connection also necessary to write up an
/etc/network/interfaces file before post-install internet gets available?
Date: Sat, 18 Feb 2017 06:42:59
From: Sebastian Humenda <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: looking at debian
Mark Peveto schrieb am 18.02.2017, 4:45 -0600:
I'm thinking about working with debian on one of my machines, but I'm totally
blind, and need a talking installer. I'm hoping someone could send me a
direct link to one, and instructions to get going.
Have you tried searching for "accessible Debian installation" at your favourite
search engine? There are instructions here:
In short: download one of the regular images, burn it to a CD or write it to an
USB drive and when the installer launches and you hear a beep, press "s" and