2.4. Asennustaltiot

This section will help you determine which different media types you can use to install Debian. There is a whole chapter devoted to media, Luku 4, Asennustaltioiden hankkiminen, which lists the advantages and disadvantages of each media type. You may want to refer back to this page once you reach that section.


Installation from optical disc is supported for most architectures.

On PCs SATA, IDE/ATAPI, USB and SCSI optical drives are supported, as are FireWire devices that are supported by the ohci1394 and sbp2 drivers.

2.4.2. USB-muistitikku

USB flash disks a.k.a. USB memory sticks have become a commonly used and cheap storage device. Most modern computer systems also allow booting the debian-installer from such a stick. Many modern computer systems, in particular netbooks and thin laptops, do not have an optical drive anymore at all and booting from USB media is the standard way of installing a new operating system on them.

2.4.3. Verkko

Verkkoa voidaan käyttää asennuksen aikana asennuksessa tarvittavien tiedostojen noutamiseen. Verkon käyttö riippuu valittavasta asennustavasta ja vastauksista muutamiin asennuksen aikana kysyttäviin kysymyksiin. Asennusjärjestelmä tukee useimpia verkon liitäntätapoja (mukaan lukien PPPoE, mutta ei ISDN tai PPP), käyttäen joko HTTP:tä tai FTP:tä. Kun asennus on valmis, järjestelmän asetukset voidaan tehdä käyttämään ISDN:ää tai PPP:tä.

You can also boot the installation system over the network without needing any local media like CDs/DVDs or USB sticks. If you already have a netboot-infrastructure available (i.e. you are already running DHCP and TFTP services in your network), this allows an easy and fast deployment of a large number of machines. Setting up the necessary infrastructure requires a certain level of technical experience, so this is not recommended for novice users.

Levytön asennus, jossa käynnistetään paikallisverkosta ja NFS-liitetään kaikki paikalliset tiedostojärjestelmät, on toinen mahdollisuus.

2.4.4. Kiintolevy

Booting the installation system directly from a hard disk is another option for many architectures. This will require some other operating system to load the installer onto the hard disk. This method is only recommended for special cases when no other installation method is available.

2.4.5. Un*x- tai GNU-järjestelmä

If you are running another Unix-like system, you could use it to install Debian GNU/Linux without using the debian-installer described in the rest of this manual. This kind of install may be useful for users with otherwise unsupported hardware or on hosts which can't afford downtime. If you are interested in this technique, skip to the Kohta D.3, ”Debian GNU/Linuxin asentaminen Unix/Linux-järjestelmästä.”. This installation method is only recommended for advanced users when no other installation method is available.

2.4.6. Tuetut massamuistit

The Debian installer contains a kernel which is built to maximize the number of systems it runs on.

Generally, the Debian installation system includes support for IDE (also known as PATA) drives, SATA and SCSI controllers and drives, USB, and FireWire. The supported file systems include FAT, Win-32 FAT extensions (VFAT) and NTFS.