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Installing Debian via USB

Last night, I wanted to see if I could get Debian Squeeze loaded on my HP Mini 110, so I set out to accomplish the task, and accomplish it I did. As with most netboks, this HP doesn’t ship with a CDROM More here

Before beginning any installation, you should be very familiar with your hardware, so you know what sort of drivers you’ll need for the installation, and if there will be any compatibility issues. Attempting to put Debian on this machine in the past has failed, due to the network driver not shipping with the Lenny kernel.

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