El vie, 04-07-2008 a las 17:24 +0200, Shawn Beasley escribió: > michael wrote: > > I was following the instructions on, eg Debian_Admin, to attempt an > > installation of Debian on a Fedora box (that didn't like the netinst > > CD). I have got as far as installing a chroot in /debian_chroot but > > cannot work out the final steps needed to be able to boot into the > > Debian installation. Could some kind soul help me out? Thanks, M > > Boot from UbuntuLive or the like (must have a grub boot loader), mount > your hard drive and copy the initrd.gz vmlinuz to /root. (found in > install.i386) > OP is not using/installing ubuntu, he's installing debian and using fedora. I don't see where ubuntu fits. /vmlinuz and /initrd are links to files in /boot, which are installed by the kernel package (actually, the initrd is created, not installed). OP: You should chroot in /debian_chroot and run 'aptitude install linux-image-architecture'. If debootstrap didn't already, also install grub (or lilo if you prefer it). Edit fstab (don't forget about /proc) and exit the chroot. Then, if you have grub in the fedora system, run 'grub-install --root-directory=/debian_chroot /dev/device' and edit /debian_chroot/boot/grub/device.map if necessary. Re-enter the chroot and run update-grub. Then make the bios boot from that device, however you do it, and there you go. -- Gabriel Parrondo GNU/Linux User #404138 GnuPG Public Key ID: BED7BF43 JID: firstname.lastname@example.org "The only difference between theory and practice is that, in theory, there's no difference between theory and practice."
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