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How can i in stall debian via http  I have cd 1 of debian and i copy the  2 dvd in Iso image format to root directory of 192.168.0.3  when I boot i press for help but know suggestion
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Hi,

Todo a Internet installation of debian you can get the following from debians site:

http://www.debian.org/distrib/netinst
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