Re: CD image doesn't exist for download?
On 11 July 2012 16:36, Kirsten Milligan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
After several attempts over several years, I haven't yet had complete success installing Linux. I'm hungry to learn, but am very poor at computerspeak, so please be gentle.
I'm trying again. I know, some steps would be removed from the process if I'd buy disks, but I'd really like to master this.
Thanks very much for your attention.
Personally I recommend that you just download a (standard) CD-1 image from the Debian site as you say you are not experienced with Linux.
It will make installation easier for you, & then once that is up & running, start learning about Linux & Debian.
You will get plenty of encouragement from mailing lists & forums to help you learn your new system, but until you have a working system of your own, it will be difficult to explain things.
Another point : Do you want to replace your Win XP, or do you want to have both (dual booting) on your computer.
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