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How-to build an independant Debian USB-stick (ip).

I’ll just start (again) to write down the steps, how I tried to build an independant bootable USB-stick with Debian for all platforms from i486 to amd64 (slow but true) – so this is a real work in progress that starts NOW and only the positives will be posted – so don’t worry. More here

What’s the point for this strange idea anyway?
I began this project for the German Pirate Party (Piratenpartei Deutschland) as an idea for a mobile communication center device, based upon pure open source and no idea which hardware is on avail. So for a free mixture of DHCP, DNS, load balancing, Transparent Proxy, squid, mb Privoxy, asoasf.

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