Chapter 5. Booting the Installation System

Table of Contents

5.1. Booting the Installer on 32-bit PC
5.1.1. Booting from a CD-ROM
5.1.2. Booting from Windows
5.1.3. Booting from DOS using loadlin
5.1.4. Booting from Linux using LILO or GRUB
5.1.5. Booting from USB Memory Stick
5.1.6. Booting with TFTP
5.1.7. The Boot Screen
5.2. Accessibility
5.2.1. USB Braille Displays
5.2.2. Serial Braille Displays
5.2.3. Software Speech Synthesis
5.2.4. Hardware Speech Synthesis
5.2.5. Board Devices
5.2.6. High-Contrast Theme
5.2.7. Preseeding
5.2.8. Accessibility of the installed system
5.3. Boot Parameters
5.3.1. Boot console
5.3.2. Debian Installer Parameters
5.3.3. Using boot parameters to answer questions
5.3.4. Passing parameters to kernel modules
5.3.5. Blacklisting kernel modules
5.4. Troubleshooting the Installation Process
5.4.1. CD-ROM Reliability
5.4.2. Boot Configuration
5.4.3. Software Speech Synthesis
5.4.4. Common 32-bit PC Installation Problems
5.4.5. Interpreting the Kernel Startup Messages
5.4.6. Reporting Installation Problems
5.4.7. Submitting Installation Reports