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Extremely helpful text and information was found in Jim Mintha's HOWTO for
network booting (no URL available), the
Debian FAQ, the
Linux/m68k FAQ, the
Linux for SPARC Processors
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Installing Debian GNU/Linux 2.2 For Intel x86version 2.2.27, 14 Listopad, 2001