[plug] help needed
info at sbts.com.au
Mon Sep 28 13:54:21 UTC 2015
In days past you would be correct.
The current instructions are to use cp to copy the ISO directly to the
On 28/09/15 20:01, Euan wrote:
> cp ...?
> Surely you want to use dd.
> cp would assume the device is already formatted and mounted, and will
> just copy the iso to a file on the usb stick.
> On 28 September 2015 1:08:50 AM AWST, David Godfrey <info at sbts.com.au>
> Regarding installing from USB....
> These days if you are setting up a USB stick to install debian
> from and you have a linux system available to do the task all that
> is needed is to
> / cp debian.iso /dev/sdXX/
> so if your USB stick is coming up as /dev/sdb just run
> / cp debian.iso /dev/sdb/
> I can't remember the recommended windows tool, but the debian
> installation guide will point you in the right direction.
> You no longer need to use special tools that manipulate ISO's to
> install from USB.
> All debian, and most derivatives use hybrid ISO's that can be
> booted from cd/dvd/usb/hdd directly.
> David G
> On 28/09/15 00:43, Oliver Hills wrote:
>> Debian is easy to install just head to their website and download
>> the right iso, for installing from usb you can google a load of
>> usb iso installers depending on what OS your starting with I used
>> lili today from a Windows box to osx and it worked fine.
>> On the topic of WordPress go for it but be prepared to harden
>> your server, I run a commercial cpanel /whm server and you would
>> be amazed at the amount of attacks I see per hour. Secure ssh to
>> key only and go from there maybe learn csf and read it's
>> documentation properly first.
>> Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.
>> -------- Original message --------
>> From: Jon Miller <jonl711 at hotmail.com>
>> Date: 27/09/2015 22:57 (GMT+08:00)
>> To: plug at plug.org.au
>> Subject: [plug] help needed
>> I'm looking to install Debian on a web server and would like to
>> get the
>> groups option.
>> As I have always used SuSE Enterprise Linux as my servers for
>> changing to Debian is a choice I decided to make due to support
>> My question is I want to install Debian from either a DVD or USB,
>> can I get
>> a link to download the files I would imagine an iso would do the
>> The web server I'm planning to install is run on Debian will be
>> Is there anyone that is against this and if so why?
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