Re: can't partition disk?
I was thinking of doing something similar, but the only experience I've had
installing a system manually was with Linux From Scratch, which is way too
different (and I don't want to end up with a compile-based system in my
200MHz O2 ;-)
Can you please elaborate a little on the steps you took to accomplish this?
Does debootstrap set up the basic system software, esp. glibc, init, apt and
Thank you :-)
On Sunday 27 March 2005 21:38, Harald van der Werff wrote:
> Hi, all!
> I had the same problems, and used the already mentioned solution: ran
> fdisk, mkfs.ext and mounted the new partitions at /target. As I'm new
> to Debian but used to Slackware, I decided to go on doing things 'manually'
> ;-) . I installed the base system with "debootstrap" from the command line,
> did a "chroot" to the new filesystem, and installed a kernel with "arcboot"
> and "dvhtool". After a reboot (from disk), I could normally install and
> configure the system.
> I guess I have made a kind of detour, but what the ehck.. it worked :-)