Written By Sukarman Edi on Saturday, 27 September 2014 | 12:42
Debian offers DVD and CD images for installation that can be downloaded using BitTorrent, with jigdo and bought from retailers. The full sets are made up of several discs (the amd64 port consists of 10 DVDs or 69 CDs), but only the first disc is required for installation, as the installer can retrieve software not contained in the first disc image from online repositories. Installation images are hybrid on some architectures and can be used to create a bootable USB drive. The default desktop may be chosen from the DVD boot menu among GNOME, KDE Software Compilation, Xfce and LXDE, and from special disc 1 CDs. Debian offers different network installation methods. A minimal install of Debian is available via the "netinst" CD, whereby Debian is installed with just a base and later additional software can be downloaded from the Internet. Another option is to boot the installer from the network.
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