|Michael Lazin on 5 Jan 2010 18:25:44 -0800|
I have a server without an optical drive that I would like to install debian on. I am comfortable with debian, it is minimal, and of course it doesn't use the 2.4 kernel like damn small does. I created a bootable debian usb flash drive as desciribed here:
What I would like to do is use the flash drive to install Debian from the bootable flash drive to the server. I booted the flash drive to try it out and it is not immediately apparent to me how to install. Is there an easy way to do this? Would I be better off with a bootable knoppix usb drive instead of this debian image I dd'd to my flash drive?
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