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committerGNU Hurd web pages engine <>2011-03-16 10:10:52 +0000
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create qemu: Link to the d-i images
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# What is Needed to create a QEMU image
+## Debian Installer
+Instructions for creating a qemu image from the install CDs from debian installer can be found in the README alongside the d-i Hurd images: <>
+## Old method
1. First thing is to install [[/QEMU]].
2. A [[grub]] boot disk for the floppy disk image needed for booting. The [0\.97 version]( works fine. I downloaded it and renamed to `floppy.img`. Alternatively, the Debian grub-disk package (up till version 0.97-28) is fine as well.
3. You will need a [Debian/Hurd installation CD]( K16 works fine.