Re: install from tiny CD
these files are downloaded from Debian tiny CD cdrom folder here ,
The instruction from this page http://www.debian.org/distrib/netinst,
where also tell me that I should write them into the media.
Copied to here,
"Tiny CDs, floppy disks, USB sticks, etc
You can download a couple of image files the size of a floppy disk or
another removable media of similar small size, write them to the
media, and then start the installation by booting from that."
I know we could try the small CD aprox 180MB or 40MB, but this tiny CD
is very cool, which size is even smaller than the two, but lack of
doc, I don't know how to write these files into media - my CD-disk.
On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 12:56 AM, Victor Padro <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 13, 2009 at 9:53 PM, linux china <email@example.com> wrote:
>> The debian 5.0 has a tiny CD installation method, I downloaded these files
> You don't need to compile, extract, add, create an iso, whatever...is not
> necessary as I and others stated before it's already done and you just need
> to download the 40MB iso or the 180MB iso in order to install Debian from
> the netinstall method and burn it to a CD that's the easy way.
>> cdrom/debian-cd_info.tar.gz -- isolinux config files for CD
>> cdrom/initrd.gz -- initrd for use with isolinux to build a
>> cdrom/vmlinuz -- kernel for use with isolinux to build a
> I guess you extracted those files from the iso you downloaded, am I right?
> or where did you get those files?
> AFAIK those files come inside the installation CD, DVD and those make the CD
> able to start Debian so, again there is no need to use them to create a CD
> which you can download from the debian site.
>> But I dont' know how to make a iso with these files, Do I need to
>> uncompress the debian-cd_info.tgz and how about initrd.gz, I 'm
>> guessing to specify vmlinuz as the boot file when making the iso, do
>> you have any guide to make this iso image?
> see above
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