Introducing Oxidized Trinity 6 "Squeeze"
Dec 09, 2010, 20:33 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Second, this is not a Debian version that I wanted to
test for the sake of testing it; my ultimate goal is to install the
Trinity DE and thus make an Oxidized Trinity variant based on
Debian. There will be no screenshots because most of the action
occurs at the terminal; the finished Oxidized Trinity screenshots
will be included in a separate article (because I haven't yet
finished). Debian needs no further introduction, so follow the jump
to see the rest. I followed these tutorials to do this: this one on
doing a net installation of "Squeeze", and this one on doing a
minimal net installation of Debian 4 "Etch" with the X Windowing
"This time I did things a little differently. Yes, I did this in
VirtualBox with 1024 MB of RAM, but instead of downloading a Debian
Live image, I downloaded a netinstall ISO image and proceeded
straight into the installation (upon booting the system). Based on
the tutorials, I went into the text-based installer as opposed to
the graphical installer.
"The installer itself was fairly intuitive"