At least regarding the netinstall I can tell that it does not force you to use LVM.If you install C6 (netinstall or full DVD) on a machine with less then 652 MB RAM it will fall back to the t... [by tigalch]
on 10/31/2012 – Made popular on 10/31/2012
Simple question really, how about a netinstall version of #!? This way the community doesn't need to worry about keeping up to date with releases, and installation doesn't require any updating. I have Debian and Arch netinstall discs, but none for CrunchBang :(Cheers,jolly
Hi all,I want to back to openbox built on a minimal install or netinstall cd. The new Ubuntu doesnt fuction all too good (read my other topic) so I'm looking for other distro's with a minimal/netinstall function.I already know about Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora and Arch. Can you name any others?
1. I added updates_testing-repo - so I must not update after installation.
2. I excluded boot-install, because I have a bootloader on HD.
3. After installation I did not reboot, but go to tty2 and wrote:
grub2-install --force /dev/sda7
grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/grub2/grub.cfg
I was wondering how easy it is to do a Debian Sid minimal netinstall with openbox. I am completely new to using the debian netinstall isos and had a few questions.1. Do I need to hunt down drivers for my machine before using the netinstall (like wifi)?2. I just want openbox, a few choice apps, and my drivers installed and working. Nothing else. Is this possible?3.
I was doing fresh installation with new netinstall media without formatting/erasing old Arch core(2011.08.19) installed system. And it is the cause of glibc-lib conflict problem during netinstall.. now solved & there is no problem with "archlinux-2012.07.15-netinstall-media"