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|Installation:||An EZSTART script file is included which helps create the necessary floppy base set to install Debian. This script is designed to work under Windows or DOS.|
|Comments:||During the creation of this CD-ROM, we had the opportunity to work with different parts of Debian. There are many great features included with the Debian distribution.|
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