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Bug#474737: (no subject)

On Saturday 01 November 2008, markus.mbox@gmx.de wrote:
> What I have done is booting with a netboot kernel and initrd (having no
> disk modules) and then accessing my local server where the debian dvd
> is mounted. The dvd obviously misses ide module udeb packages. Maybe
> because it has the ide modules in its initrd. Which doesn't help when
> booted in a different way.
> This basically leads to the question: Is the debian dvd sufficient as
> installation media remotely mounted on a local server? Should it be?

No. It sounds as if you've been creatively combining installation methods 
and thereby created a non-working system (and wasting our time).

Why don't you just try following the netboot installation as it's 

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