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If you intend to use the hard drive only for booting and then download everything over the network, you should download the .
This will allow you to repartition the hard disk from which you boot the installer, although you should do so with care.
If it turns out the standard way of booting off a CD doesn't work for your hardware, revisit this chapter and read about alternate kernels and installation methods which may work for you.
Even if you cannot boot from CD-ROM, you can probably install the Debian system components and any packages you want from CD-ROM.
To keep the kernel updated, it is simpler and therefore recommended to mount the ESP to will be transferred to the ESP.
The same can happen if you are installing the system via a remote management device that provides a text interface to the VGA console.Alternatively, if you intend to keep an existing partition on the hard drive unchanged during the install, you can download the Booting from the network requires that you have a network connection and a TFTP network boot server (and probably also a DHCP, RARP, or BOOTP server for automatic network configuration). Bi-arch images additionally have a 64 bit variant for each install option, right below it, thus almost doubling the number of options.The server-side setup to support network booting is described in Section 4.5, “Preparing Files for TFTP Net Booting”. For a normal installation, select either the entry gives access to a second menu that allows to boot the installer in expert mode, in rescue mode and for automated installs.Examples of these devices include the text console of Compaq's .The functionality of the graphical installer is essentially the same as that of the text-based installer as it basically uses the same programs, but with a different frontend.