"In this tutorial, I have an ancient Fedora Core 3
machine that I need to turn into a Debian Etch machine. The machine
is 600 miles from my home office so traveling to put in CDs is not
an economical option. The system has one 80G hard drive that is
currently divided into 3 partitions: a 100M /boot partition, a 1G
swap partition, and the remainder as the / partition for the Fedora
Core installation. The machine has a public static IP address and
will be accessed through an SSH connection."
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