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Install Debian Linux from USB drives

Welcome to the part 7 of “Installing Linux on USB” series. In this part we will learn how to create a USB flash drive which can be used as an installation media to install Debian Linux. Read it here

Purpose: In this post we will see how can we prepare a bootable USB Debian Lenny installation media to install Debian Linux on any storage device (IDE/USB hard drives). Note that this post is a bit different than the rest of the post in the USB series as in this post we talk about preparing an “USB Installation Media” rather than talking about how to install on USB devices. So basically the end result of this tutorial would be that you can install Debian Lenny from a USB stick rather than from the traditional CD-ROMs

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