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in stall debian form ftp

Posted on 2006-07-10
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When the 1 st cd of debian boot  I  type  Ftp://192.168.0.32     iit show cou;d not find  kernel image
I create ft proftpserver at 192.168.0.32 I copy 2dvd iso in to /home/deb  what i need to do more please sugest
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The easiest option is to carry out the complete install from CDs! However, as you seem to want to do this using ftp.....

Possible problems with the information that you have given:

1.   Is the ftpd running correctly to allow anonymous login?
2.   Is /home/deb the root of the anonymous ftp server
3.   How have you put the files on the ftp server. Are they correctly installed?
4.   Not sure if ftp is case sensitive - try all lower case.

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