Installing from iso file: two ext3 partions on the disk

Michael Zoet Michael.Zoet at zoet.de
Tue Mar 18 08:56:47 GMT 2008


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>>> I have googled for how to install Ubuntu without burning a disc, and
>> found many articles, however, they all assume that one is starting
>> with a Windows partition.
>>
>> No, you can use Luwi (Ubuntu installed from other Linux ).
>
> Thanks, googling now.
>
There is a Debian/Ubuntu tool to achieve this: debootstrap

This link is a short HowTo:

https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebootstrapChroot

I think it is also a good idea to search the Ubuntu Wiki for
debootstrap. There might be some usefull articles for you!

I did this twice on a Debian system and it worked great. On Ubuntu it
should be the same.

Michael

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