Re: Is it possible to install Debian in such a case.
> What worries me about this thread is that the OP (who doesn't seem to
> know how the various parts of the d-i are meant to work together) has
I don't know what's d-i mean (short for ?)
> just last week posted a recipe claiming to install Debian using only
> vmlinuz and initrd¹,
no, you need iso file as well.
> and a method of copying a Windows installation
> .iso image to a USB stick involving "rm"ing something, though never
> specifying exactly what is removed.
if you use cp debian.iso /dev/sdb, or dd,
the file on the USB stick would be erased. if you take my way, it just
mixed the orignal one
with the install media.
> I also have no idea what
> "destroy kvm prepend nothing happens" means².
I'm sorry to have you worried.
To create a UEFI bootable windows install media is nothing related
with this post
If you don't buy a copy of Windows, you would probably need to destroy
installation, As soon as we finished create install media from
windows, you definitely
should delete your installation in the grace period.