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Getting Started

``A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.'' - Lao-Tsu
Now that you've read about the ideas and philosophy behind Linux and Debian, it's time to start putting it on your computer! We start by talking about how to prepare for a Debian install, then about partitioning your disk, and finally, how to start up the installation system.



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