Installing Debian From Hard Drive
I finally got a second computer I can dedicate to linux, leaving my wife with WinXP, and all of it's glories. Here's my question,
I have a small, 6GB hard drive, that has only one partition on it, formatted as FAT32. I downloaded all of the debian iso's, but I don't trust my burner to create the cd's accurately, so I extracted all of the files from the iso's into appropriate directories on the 6GB hard drive (IE: \deb\disk1 ; \deb\disk2 etc...) If I burn the first CD, and then tell the installer to look at /dev/hdb1/deb/ for the files, will it find them all, or do I need to reorganize them into one larger directory??