On Vi, 08 iul 11, 09:59:58, nikhil jain wrote:
> I don't think I'll be able to install with the expert mode...
Sure you are, see below
> >The expert mode, however, really is for experts. Most of the time,
> >a so-called expert mode is usually just a euphemism for "more
> >options," but the Debian installer expert mode actually requires
> >that the user have a decent understanding of the Debian
> >installation process.
> For example, after configuring networking and selecting the desired
> Debian repository, users are prompted to decide which installer
> components they would like to download. Many users will have no idea
> whether they need or want to use the "esoteric CDROM drivers," "EVMS
> module for debian-installer," or if they should load the "debconf
> preseed module."
The rule "if you don't know what it is you probably don't need it
applies". The installer always had good defaults in such cases.
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