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Re: Install via USB

> I tried to install Debian with an USB-Floppy a few days ago. The rescue
> disk booted but the installer couldn't find the root-disk after changing.
For the SONY VAIOs and older kernels you had to choose
the boot option ide2=0x180,0x386, if this doesn't work
try another installation method (some examples are in the Debian
install docs and in my Linux-Mobile-Guide

> Are there special boot-disks? Or is it possible to make an install on
> reiserfs or xfs partitions with the usual set of CDs?
There is a set of unofficial Debian install floppies for ReiserFS
see Google.

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