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Hi, every body
Debian is known as dificult to install, if we compare it to redhat, suse ..
I want to use anaconda, I ve just download it. Unfortunatley it is a debian package , I want a bootable software to use for installation.
somebody has an idea please?
thanks in advance
I just installed the Progeny 2.0 CL Debian based on sarge on my pc two days ago.
The installation went pretty smooth, and so far I've only had to tweak a few things (X - but every disto messes up X on my box, networking, and I'm still working on sound).
The basics are all there: OOo, Firefox, etc. It is Gnome 2.4 only though, you'll have to add other stuff yourself. I haven't really had time to get much farther with it, but at least it is a fairly up to date starting point. (I'm switching from Slack 9.0 to see how it goes)
I'm pretty new to Debian, so we'll see how it goes.
thank you very much cap'n leaky.
I am using now more than one distro ( Knoppix, fedora, redhat ,mandrake, debian ) the problem is not here.
I want , if some one can help me, to create a bootable disk using anaconda.
know I install knoppix then complete with the debian CD