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01 June 2009

debian installer loader

About Debian-Installer Loader * By default, this program always installs Debian stable * Debian Installation Guide for i386 (32-bit) or amd64 (64-bit) flavours * Screenshot gallery * Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Win32-loader_(Debian) Where to contact for help, report a bug, etc * For issues specific to this website, mail me at rmh@aybabtu.com * For issues related to the installer, contact debian-boot (make sure you mention "win32-loader" in the subject) * For general help with Debian GNU/Linux, try the Debian forums Propaganda * Feel like spreading some freedom (A4, letter sizes) to those poor users not running Debian? * Kudos to my Japanese friends Development stuff * Source code * Bug Tracking System

Installing Debian Etch From A Windows System With "Debian-Installer Loader" | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials

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Installing Debian Etch From A Windows System With "Debian-Installer Loader" Debian-Installer Loader is a Debian Etch installer for Windows which adds an entry to the boot menu that allows you to start the Debian installation. Unlike the Ubuntu installation with Wubi, real Debian partitions are created during the installation. In the end, you have a dual-boot system (Windows/Debian).

26 April 2009

Ubuntu -- Details of package unetbootin in jaunty

Package: unetbootin (304-1) [universe] Links for unetbootin Ubuntu Resources: * Bug Reports * Ubuntu Changelog * Copyright File Download Source Package unetbootin: * [unetbootin_304-1.dsc] * [unetbootin_304.orig.tar.gz] * [unetbootin_304-1.diff.gz] Maintainer: * Ubuntu MOTU Developers (Mail Archive) Please consider filing a bug or asking a question via Launchpad before contacting the maintainer directly. Original Maintainer (usually from Debian): * Eugene V. Lyubimkin It should generally not be necessary for users to contact the original maintainer. External Resources: * Homepage [unetbootin.sourceforge.net] Similar packages: * mkinitrd-cd * bootcd * jack * libparted1.6-udeb * libparted1.7-udeb * libparted1.8-udeb * simple-cdd * libparted1.6-dbg * libparted1.7-dbg * libparted1.8-dbg * parted installer of Linux/BSD distributions to a partition or USB drive UNetbootin allows for the installation of various Linux/BSD distributions to a partition or USB drive, so it's no different from a standard install, only it doesn't need a CD. It can create a dual-boot install, or replace the existing OS entirely.

Ubuntu -- Package Search Results -- UNetbootin

Package unetbootin * jaunty (utils): installer of Linux/BSD distributions to a partition or USB drive [universe] 304-1: amd64 i386 Package unetbootin-translations * jaunty (utils): translations for unetbootin distribution installer [universe] 304-1: all

SourceForge.net: Lubi, Linux-based Ubuntu Installer: Files

You have selected UNetbootin Ubuntu 7.10 Please choose the file that best matches your architecture or operating system from the list of releases and files contained in this package.

SourceForge.net: Lubi, Linux-based Ubuntu Installer: Files

You have selected the 99 release. Please choose the file that best matches your architecture or operating system from the list of files contained in this release.

SourceForge.net: Lubi, Linux-based Ubuntu Installer: Files

UNetbootin Ubuntu 8.04 Latest 99 Notes (2008-02-01 00:03) MOVED-TO-UNETBOOTIN.SF.NET-README33.html 1000 685 Any html unetbootin-ubuntu804rev99-2.noarch.rpm 7884 798 i386 .rpm unetbootin_ubuntu804rev99_all.deb 2190 4794 i386 .deb unetbootin-ubuntu804rev99.exe 293151 4042 i386 .exe (32-bit Windows) unetbootin-ubuntu804rev99.sh 121164 765 i386 Other Binary Package unetbootin-ubuntu804x64rev99-2.noarch.rpm 7908 109 AMD64 .rpm unetbootin_ubuntu804x64rev99_all.deb 2196 718 AMD64 .deb unetbootin-ubuntu804x64rev99.exe 293168 690 AMD64 .exe (32-bit Windows) unetbootin-ubuntu804x64rev99.sh 121168 168 AMD64

24 April 2009

SourceForge.net: Lubi, Linux-based Ubuntu Installer: Files

You have selected the 7.04.04 release. Please choose the file that best matches your architecture or operating system from the list of files contained in this release.

Installing Ubuntu Or Fedora From A Windows Or Linux System With UNetbootin - Page 4 | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials

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Lubi, LVPM, UNetbootin, and Bubakup - LVPM

Download LVPM 8.04/7.10/7.04 Download Partition Manager for Windows Download Partition Manager for Ubuntu Browse all downloads (additional packages for other distros/versions) Introduction The Loopmounted Virtual Partition Manager allows users to upgrade their existing Wubi or Lubi installation to a standard Ubuntu system by transferring all data, settings, and applications from the original install to a dedicated partition. The advantages of upgrading using LVPM are better disk performance and reliability, and the ability to replace the original operating system with Ubuntu. Requirements LVPM has been tested on installs created by Wubi 8.04, Wubi 7.10, Wubi 7.04, and Lubi 7.04. Partition Manager (Only Needed If You Don't Have Any Spare Partitions) Before using LVPM, you will need to have 1 spare partition for the root filesystem, and another partition formatted as swap. If you don't have any spare partitions, you can use the Partition Manager tool (short video tutorial here), boot it and open GParted, then resize your partitions and create a swap partition of equal size to your RAM, and the main target ext3 partition. Howtoforge also has a step-by-step screenshot-based guide on using the Partition Manager.

SourceForge.net: Lubi, Linux-based Ubuntu Installer: Files

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Lubi installs Ubuntu on Linux without a CD or partitioning. LVPM upgrades Wubi to dedicated partition installs. UNetbootin (liveUSB creator for Ubuntu, Fedora, PCLinuxOS, Gentoo, and other distros) has moved to http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/

Lubi, LVPM, UNetbootin, and Bubakup - Lubi

* Site Map * Lubi * LVPM * UNetbootin * Bubakup * FAQs/Support * Download Lubi Download Lubi, deb package (for Ubuntu and Debian-based distros) Download Lubi, self-extracting sh version (for other distros) Download Lubi, tar.bz2 version (for other distros) Browse all downloads (additional packages for other distros/versions) Introduction Lubi, the Linux-based Ubuntu Installer, is a graphical user interface and backend that allows installation of Ubuntu Linux-based distros on a loopmounted filesystem (no partitioning required) on modern GNU/Linux distributions, without an installation CD. Lubi functions similarly to Wubi, however, Lubi uses GNU/Linux as the host system instead of Windows. Requirements This has been tested on Sabayon 3.3 32-bit, PCLinuxOS 2007 32-bit, openSUSE 10.2 32-bit, Gentoo 2007.0 32-bit, Fedora Core 6 32-bit, Debian Sid 32-bit, Ubuntu 6.10 Edgy 32-bit, Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty 32-bit, and Xubuntu 7.04 Feisty 32-bit as the host systems. Kubuntu 7.04 Feisty 32-bit, Xubuntu 7.04 Feisty 32-bit, and Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty 32-bit were tested as guest systems. Other Linux-based operating systems should work as hosts as well, just make sure you have the packages listed above installed. Lubi will not work on any systems using LVM, EVMS, or another logical volume manager, or filesystems other than ext2, ext3, reiserfs, vfat, ntfs, jfs, or xfs. Guide You can either follow my step-by-step video tutorial, follow the text-based guide/support thread, or follow the screenshot-based guide below: Installing First download the Lubi package at the download page, and install it.

07 May 2008

Lubi Installation Tutorial

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A step-by-step tutorial showing how to easily install Ubuntu from any Linux distribution using Lubi, homepage at http://lubi.sourceforge.net/lubi.html no repartitioning, cd, or commands needed! The Lubi application and this tutorial video were both created by Geza