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Debian Minimal Install Tutorial

Invariably, every time I install Linux, i tend to remove a lot unused packages from the new system. So I have come to the conclusion that the minimal install is what i need to begin with for all requirements. This post should guide you to install a minimal copy of Linux.
Read it here

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Once the base system is installed, install grub and reboot. Now you should be prompted with the scripts to configure the install, DO NOT add any users, or install any packages from this screen. Apt is always your friend fot choosing and installing packages.

2 Responses to “Debian Minimal Install Tutorial” »

  1. Comment by Tomasz Kowalczyk — March 10, 2010 @ 1:31 pm

    Link is outdated ad points to vcommission website. Could someone repair this?

  2. Comment by cj2003 — March 10, 2010 @ 9:05 pm

    Hi Tomasz, I’ve tried to find the article again, but the site seems not to exist anymore – on http://surajram.eu.org/, the following message can be found: “This website will no longer be present here on the web. Portions of it can be found elsewhere at the links provided. Sorry for the inconvinience caused.”

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