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Installing Debian Lenny from a USB stick with Windows.

I recently purchased an Acer Aspire REVO for the purposes of a Development server that I can keep running 24/7 without the fear of racking up electricity bills. The trouble is, it has no cd-rom, so I set about looking to install from a USB disk. More here

After a bit of googling, it wasn’t quite obvoius how to achieve this, so here is what I ended up with.

You’ll need a USB disk, formatted as FAT32 – for the purposes of this article, we’ll assume the usb disk is mounted on G:

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