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Re: Debian Installer, Manual Partitioning is a Joke

Maybe just bite the bullet, donload GPartEd Live and get the partitions done before Debian install goes into action. Just an idea.

Paul (Going back to lurking)

On Mon, 14 Oct 2019 at 12:12, Peter Ehlert <peter@sdi-baja.com> wrote:

I have never tried to install Debian with virtualbox.
Bare Metal is obviously very different... perhaps that is the root of the problems you are having.

I suggest you read about it in the Debian Wiki.

so, let's chalk this one up to user error

best of luck.

On 10/14/19 8:12 AM, Wayne Sallee wrote:
I used virtualbox; no need to burn any CD or USB.

8ec21625aadaddec8ba0de0ff915db03  debian-live-10.1.0-amd64-mate.iso
ab54364f4e066bba8d2010b5f8c0daad  debian-live-9.2.0-amd64-mate.iso

Wayne Sallee

-------- Original Message --------
*Subject: *  Re: Debian Installer, Manual Partitioning is a Joke
*From: *     Peter Ehlert <peter@sdi-baja.com>
*To: *         Debian-user <debian-user@lists.debian.org>
*CC: *        
*Date: *      2019-10-14  09:51 AM

I am no expert but I am more than willing to follow along.
Perhaps you have found a bug.
I don't have an optical drive, I use USB, but that should not matter.

10.1.0 Live?
Let's be more precise.

looking in https://cdimage.debian.org/debian-cd/10.1.0-live/amd64/iso-hybrid/
I find 8 different versions (desktops) ... Which ISO are you using?


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