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Total Linux newbie here, so bear with me. I want to install Debian alongside Win98SE on a machine with 450Mhz Pentium III, 256MB RAM, 13GB hard disk. I've read through ...
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- 07-25-2005 #1
Using Debian network install w/USB ethernet adapter
I want to install Debian alongside Win98SE on a machine with 450Mhz Pentium III, 256MB RAM, 13GB hard disk. I've read through the installation manual on the Debian site, but I still have a few questions.
1. Is it possible to use the network install CD with a USB ethernet adapter (Linksys USB100TX) or will I need to burn the full CD set?
2. Currently I have Windows installed to a single FAT32 partition. I want to install Linux to a seperate partition and preserve my Windows system (for now). Do I repartition with the Debian installer or do I need to repartition before booting with the install CD?
Thanks for any help.