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Re: "No kernel modules found" on today amd64

Quoting Eugen Dedu (Eugen.Dedu@pu-pm.univ-fcomte.fr):

> With the ISO from the link above, the network detection is ok.
> However, it asks me about floppy module, but I have no floppy...  I 
> unselect the floppy module, I say no to PCMCIA services, and the DCCP (with 
> Ethernet) works.  I am doing the installation and keep you informed.
> Sorry, what's the difference between netboot and netinst?  Is there a Web 
> page explaining that?  At http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/daily-builds/ 
> netboot is absent...  I think it would be useful to explain at 
> http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-installer/ in one sentence each of the 
> types of boot.

netboot is a very minimal image which leads you up to the network
settings, then downloads all remaining components from a network

netinst is a CD image that allows installing a Debian *base* system
*without* the network. We all agree this is a kinda confusing name..:-)

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