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Slick New Way to Install Linux 01.28.06

Posted by wimac in *nix.
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“Built on LinuxCOE a powerful set of tools recently open sourced by Hewlett Packard, Instalinux makes installing Linux easier than ever. Typically, installing Linux means donwloading (or buying) one or more ISO images, and then clicking through the install screens. In an effort to make Linux installs easier, some smart folks at HP developed LinuxCOE, where a user could choose some basic options through a web interface, and a small (30MB or less) ISO image is generated that can be used for a “hands-free” installation using either Kickstart, AutoYAST, or the Debian Preseed autoinstallers. That code has been released as an Open Source project, and the installer component is now available through a free web site, Instalinux .

Full article on PCLinuxOnline

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