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Re: installing Debian...

On Mon, 20 Oct 2003, Jukka Salmi wrote:

> Hello,
> every now and then I install Debian on new ix86 machines (Dell PowerEdge).
> They often have hardware which is not yet supported by the kernels of the
> official stable Debian release 3.0r1. So far I was using an unofficial
> "stable" netinst boot CD to install the OS.
> I also tried a few testing CDs (official and unofficial, downloaded using
> jigdo), but without success: segfaults when selecting keyboard layout, etc.
> What I'd like to have is a bootable Debian CD with a recent kernel and a
> working setup program. What's the easiest way to get / create such a CD?
Hi Jukka,
have you seen bonzai linux? it uses a 2.4.20 or 2.4.21 kernal and has kde
and a modified version of 'bootfloppies' and its a 200mb image.

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