Only the running debian-sarge and a netboot-rescue console, where I also have to chroot. Which is what I expected from a blank disk. But my approach will be also applicable for systems with many disks and differen raid levels. Maybe it safes someone a lot of time... Hopefully this post helps illuminate one of the several possibilities the versatile debootstrap utility offers when combined with other mounting techniques.
The loopback network interface auto lo iface lo inet loopback The primary network interface allow-hotplug eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp 15. Sadly, I don't have the image.
Posted by Anonymous 83. I'd recommend you trying to change that and running again update-initramfs until you find the right one. I'm not sure this is what you're after, but I extend the installer with an option where I can specify all LVM partitions in a single string like root: See fstab 5. Posted by Anonymous 62.
Init, etc, don't really come into play here. Besides this will be a nice introduction to the idea of installing into a directory for next weeks piece on rpmstrap ;. Well StephenKitt, it depends on the filesystem. I just mirror the entire archive with rsync.
The mount command is in the guide! Now, for the actual installation. I my case I'm currently working on a system with two disk. I don't think there is any big difference in PuTTY that will prevent you from connecting.
Once unlocked, the normal boot process continues. May 16 21: You can use any Debian mirror, OVH has their own in the local network. The explanation, for most of the commands, is provided in other documents. This drove me crazy for hours! Update the APT package cache and install any outstanding upgrades: These UUID values were discovered using the blkid as follows: But it's your item 4.