Re: cdrom installation not starting
Marty Landman wrote:
Heh, replying to my own msg. I'm installing from the HD as I write
this. Fortunately there were three partitions on the windoz
installation so i copied the cd over to D:\ and am installing on C:\
with the swap partition on E:\. Now the installation program is
running off of D:\ and it's using the cdrom as installation media.
Easiest thing would be to move some directory, e.g /home, to /dev/hda2
(or whatever d: resolves to), and then... mount /dev/hda2 /home.
Somewhat more involved would be using partimage to image your new
system, then repartitioning and restoring the image.
So my question is, when installation's done how do I incorporate the
old windows D:\ partition into my Debian system? Not dual boot fwiw,