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Re: Network install on a lan

On Wed, Feb 15, 2006 at 06:04:40PM -0000, Tur Herrero, Joaquin wrote:
> I am installing debian sarge amd64's port doing a network install, I
> have managed to get to the debian-installer using PXE-boot, but I don't
> know how to proceed on the installation when I am asked to choose a
> mirror of the Debian archive.
> The machine that I am installing has no access to the outside network
> (not even through a proxy) and I just have the 2 ISOs on the tftp
> server, how can debian-installer get those isos? Should I set up the
> server to be a Debian archive mirror?
> Any help will be welcome!

Loopback mount the first iso and export it through NFS and install from
NFS.  Or export it from http using a web server.

You could mount each iso and just tell the apt-setup later to have two
sources, one for each mounted iso.

Len Sorensen

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