Re: Creating a debian CD
"ICON ICON" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I own the debian 2.0.36 installation CD and I compile and upgrade my
> kernels. The probelm is every time I need to format my HDD, I need to
> reinstall debian using this old CD, and evry time I have to reinstall
> kernels. I was wandering, What do I need to bootable debian CD for
> installation that will contain the new versions of the kernels that I
Use the kernel-package to create a kernel-image.deb of the kernel you
want to use. Then you can install you favourite kernel via "dpkg -i
Another option would be to create a new rescue and drivers disk using
the bootfloppy package, buts that more work.
May the Source be with you.