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I'm trying to install debian on my old dell computer. Its a Dell Dimension V350 pentium 2 350mhz processor, 128mb of ram but the cd rom is broken. I noticed ...
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    Exclamation Installing Debian via tftp


    I'm trying to install debian on my old dell computer. Its a Dell Dimension V350 pentium 2 350mhz processor, 128mb of ram but the cd rom is broken. I noticed in the bios it says Network Boot as a boot device.

    I'm trying to follow the instructions on Preparing Files for TFTP Net Booting but using Tftpd32 and I don't understand how to set it up. How do I do this?

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    I have a blank hardrive and I can put anything I need on it could I boot that way?

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    Have you looked at unetbootin to see if it might work for you:

    UNetbootin - Homepage and Downloads
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    This will allow me to install Debian onto a computer with nothing on it?

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