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Old 10-16-2002, 02:57 PM   #1
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Debian install gone wrong.. please help me

Hi everyone, tried to install Debian today
I got past the base installation but i accidently got out of that package installing prog... anyway i can get back in without starting from scratch? I could but my hard disk has some bad sectors (this is an old comp i use for testing) and the scan takes AGES!
So whats the com. that will get that program up again?
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