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Letzte Änderung am 2006-10-21 13:04:15 von bluewater

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Or, if you prefer to copy the KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ to your HD (say your $HOME) and/or some other location: make a new folder called, "KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ", and copy the following files from the Kamotix Live-CD to that folder: (1) images folder (2) the index.html files (3) standard.css, then bookmark the index.html in your favourite browser.

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Or, if you prefer to copy the KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ to your HD (say your $HOME) and/or some other location: make a new folder called, "KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ", and copy the following files from the Kamotix Live-CD to that folder: (1) images folder (2) the index.html files (3) standard.css, then bookmark the appropiate index.html in your favourite browser.


Editiert am 2006-10-11 14:12:56 von bluewater

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Or download the bluewater-off-line-faq.tar.gz to your HD, expand and bookmark the appropriate index.html in your favourite browser.


Editiert am 2006-10-11 14:11:56 von bluewater

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Or, if you prefer to copy the KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ to your HD (say your $HOME) and/or some other location: make a new folder called, "KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ", and copy the following files from the Kamotix Live-CD to that folder: (1) images folder (2) the index.html files (3) standard.css, then bookmark the appropiate index.html in your favourite browser.
Or download the bluewater-off-line-faq.tar.gz to your HD, expand and bookmark the appropriate index.html in your favourite browser.


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Or, if you prefer to copy the KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ to your HD (say your $HOME) and/or some other location: make a new folder called, "KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ", and copy the following files to that folder: (1) images folder (2) index.html (3) standard.css, then bookmark the index.html in your favourite browser.


Editiert am 2006-10-08 01:39:20 von bluewater

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Or, if you prefer to copy the KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ to your HD (say your $HOME) and/or some other location: make a new folder called, "KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ", and copy the following files to that folder: (1) images folder (2) index.html (3) standard.css, then bookmark the index.html in your favourite browser.

Löschungen:
Or, if you prefer to copy the KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ to your HD (say your $home) and/or some other location: make a new folder called, "KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ", and copy the following files to that folder: (1) images folder (2) index.html (3) standard.css, then bookmark the index.html in your favourite browser.


Editiert am 2006-10-04 16:38:04 von bluewater

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Or, if you prefer to copy the KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ to your HD (say your $home) and/or some other location: make a new folder called, "KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ", and copy the following files to that folder: (1) images folder (2) index.html (3) standard.css, then bookmark the index.html in your favourite browser.

Löschungen:
Or, if you prefer to copy the KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ to your HD (say your $home) and/or some other location: make a new folder called, "KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ", and copy the following files to that folder: (1) images folder (2) index.html (3) standard.css, then bookmark the index.html in your favourite browser.


Editiert am 2006-10-04 15:03:39 von bluewater

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A tip for 2006-01 versions

How -To have the KANOTIX-off-line- FAQ on your HD
To have the KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ (version 2006-01) available to you after you have installed and booted up on your HD, insert the KANOTIX Live-CD, open in new window and konqueror will open, click on the file named index.html.
Or, if you prefer to copy the KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ to your HD (say your $home) and/or some other location: make a new folder called, "KANOTIX-off-line-FAQ", and copy the following files to that folder: (1) images folder (2) index.html (3) standard.css, then bookmark the index.html in your favourite browser.



Editiert am 2006-08-23 10:11:54 von bluewater

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http://kanotix.com/FAQ-id_cat-63.html

Löschungen:
http://kanotix.com/FAQ-id_cat-63


Editiert am 2006-08-23 10:10:16 von bluewater

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http://kanotix.com/FAQ-id_cat-63

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Editiert am 2006-08-23 10:08:41 von bluewater

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Kanotix Hard Disk Drive Install

This article was moved to our FAQ, because the web team found it well written and important. Please see FAQ HD - Instalation
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Thanks to the original authors!


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THIS PAGE IS MARKED FOR DELETION UNLESS SOMEONE SAYS IT SHOULD STAY AND WHY CONTACT X-UN-1, ROEN OR BLUEWATER IN #IRC

Kanotix Hard Disk Drive Install (Revision 2.02)

Written By KarlosII? (Peter Canada) on Nov. 25, 2004
Source: Kanotix Forum http://kanotix.mipooh.net/viewtopic.php?t=180
Instructions based on Kanotix Bug Hunter 9a release.

Section 1: System Specifications

* Kernel 2.8.1 with many patches
* ACPI and DMA enabled by default (can be disabled with acpi=off respectively nodma)
* i586 optimization - not for use with older CPUs!
* 128 MB RAM required, 256 MB RAM recommended
* AVM Fritz!Card DSL support
* Eagle USB DSL support
* KDE 3.3.0
* OpenOffice 1.1.2
* Captive 1.1.5
* ALSA 1.0.6a
* GRUB boot loader for CD start - ideal for rescue in command line mode
* Memtest86?+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool in the extra menu of the boot loader

Section 2: Testing and Booting the CD

Be sure to verify the integrity of the CD, this should be done either in windows using the program crc or in linux using md5sums?. This is very important because a lot of problems are caused by bad copies.
1. Determine the md5sum? or crc checksum number, this is usually found in a file with the the extension of ?.md5?? or ?.crc?.
For Example:
KANOTIX-BUG-HUNTER-09-2004-A.iso.md5?
KANOTIX-BUG-HUNTER-09-2004-A.iso.crc
2. To check the iso image enter either of these commands and compare the numbers accordingly.
For Example:
Windows: "crc KANOTIX-BUG-HUNTER-09-2004-A.iso" or
Linux: "md5sum? -cv KANOTIX-BUG-HUNTER-09-2004-A.iso.md5?"
or
* Boot the Kanotix LiveCD and at the boot prompt enter: "testcd" and hit the enter key.*
3. Now that you know the the checksum numbers are the same as each other meaning the CD is a good copy, we will boot the CD by putting the CD in the drive and rebooting the system, be sure to make sure the your system is set to boot the CD first in your Bios. Some systems may require a boot disk that will boot the cdrom.
Use:
Smart Boot Manager: http://btmgr.sourceforge.net/download.html
Bootable CD Loader v1.50Z: http://www.wolfgang-brinkmann.de/bcdw/index_e.htm
Alternative Kanotix ISO: http://kanotix.mipooh.net/viewtopic.php?t=3388
4. Once you are at the Grub Boot prompt, select the type of kanotix that works best for you to load, if you wish for your harddrive installation to have ALSA sound support then I recommend you select �ACPI on � DMA on - English� that includes ALSA support. This will allow Kanotix to autodetect sound settings for ALSA and install them if and so you choose to do a harddrive installation. There are cheat codes you can use by editing the boot parameter, but for the most part those listed options work for everyone. Now hit enter and kanotix will load up as a livecd. It is recommended you select the option containing alsa for best results.

Section 3: Configuring and Installing Kanotix to the Hard Disk Drive


1. Open a konsole window, there is a also a little window with white border and black inside on your toolbar too which is a link to konsole.
2. At the prompt type "sudo kanotix-installer".
3. Your hard disk drive should have been partitioned and if so desired a swap partition created. I'm not going to cover this right now. Maybe when I modify the this documentation later. And Intro window will have popped up, select �Ok�.
4. Select "Configure Installation", and hit "Enter".
5. Now you will see 3 options in the menu; �Debian: Debian-like system (recommended)�, �Beginner: Multi-User System with hw-detection�, and Knoppix: Kanotix system like from cd�. You want to select the first option which is �Debian: Debian-like system (recommended)�, and hit �Enter�.
6. Now you will have the option of installing kanotix to the partition you want to install it to. It is recommended that you install it on a partition with at least 4 gigs of space to allow for growth, however 3 gigs is the bare minimum. The selection will look like "/dev/hdaX" where X is the partition number usually 1 or greater. Select the partition you wish to install on and Hit "Enter".
7. Now you will be at the choose file system-type menu, you will have 3 options; �EXT3: Extended 2 filesystem with journal support�, �ReiserFS?: ReiserFS? 3.6: journaling filesystem developed by Namesys�, and JFS: Journaling filesystem developed by IBM�. To get reiser4?, you have to edit the .knofig file manually (in /home/knoppix/.knofig).
We recommend you select the 2nd option �ReiserFS?: ReiserFS? 3.6: journaling filesystem developed by Namesys� and hit enter.
8. Now you will be at a prompt that says "Input your whole name (name surname)", Enter your First name and your last name here, and hit "Enter".
9. Now you will be at a prompt that says "Input your username (perhaps you like xxxxxx)", it will offer a username suggestions based on the first two letters of your first name and and your last name tacked on. Enter the username you want and hit "Enter".
10. You will be asked to enter a password for this username twice, enter the same one twice using tab to move to the next one and hit "Enter" after the last one.
11. Here you are asked for a administration password, this will be your root password. Do the same as the last step, but instead enter a different password if you like which is recommended.
12. Next you will see "Input your preferred hostname", this is the name your computer will be identified by other computers by if you wish to share a linux or windows network. Note: No spaces in the hostname, no umlauts, no special character, no number as first char. Enter a name here, and hit "Enter".
13. Next you will be asked "Choose where the boot loader (grub) shall be installed. Select "mbr: master boot record", and select "Next". If you use a different bootloader and wish to continue to use a different bootloader then of course installing grub to mbr is a bad idea, the best option here is to install it to partition IF this is the case.
14. Now you are done the Configuration part of the installer. (Your almost done!)
15. Now select "Start Installation", and select "Ok". You will be presented with a configuration info window, you will be asked �Do you wish to proceed with these parameters? You will click on �Next�. The installation will start and will take between 10 to 30 minutes maximum depending on your system.
16. You will be asked to �Please insert now an empty floppy disk into your floppy drive. Warning: All data on it will be lost. if you don't want to create a disk you can choose no.� If you wish to create a boot disk, of which I recommend you do so. So I would insert a disk and select "yes". This part is only necessary just in case you have problems with the bootloader you installed on the harddrive.
17. It should end off saying "Kanotix was successfully installed to hd." Click �Ok�.
18. YOU'RE DONE, Enjoy!

Section 4: Troubleshooting FAQ

1. On booting the kanotix livecd, the system stalls after the apm or acpi message, no further text. Turning acpi or apm off at boot may be another solution.
Solution:
Enable USB Device Function in BIOS
2. You can't write on NTFS partitions ?
Solution:
Because the Linux support for writing is dangerous. For FAT partitions you can enable write-access with the context menu (right mouse button). You may not have the rights to modify Linux partitions, use the root mode in konsole if needed. Some links are not working in the menu ? That is not my fault ? The packages from Debian/sid are very new and may have some little bugs, but you can always use new releases. If you find other bugs feel free to post them in the forums at kanotix.mipooh.net.
3. Captive support directly with LiveCD
Everything must be done as root:
# su
Mount the Windows XP Partition:
# mount /mnt/hda1
Fetch driver - if there is no Win XP SP1 on HD then with a download of about 30 MB size:
# captive-install-acquire
Umount Windows (very important!):
# umount /mnt/hda1
Mount it with captive:
# mount -t captive-ntfs /dev/hda1 /mnt/hda1
Now it is possible to read and write on that partition as root!
Note:
Instead of using captive-install-aqcuire it is possible to add manually the 4 needed files. I.e. save them onto 2 floppy disks or USB stick, then copy them manually:
# cd /var/lib/captive/
Copy these files to it:
cdfs.sys
fastfat.sys
ntfs.sys
ntoskrnl.exe
That does the same as using the installer.
4. I have no internet now after I have installed kanotix, how do I fix this? You need to open up a konsole and type su and hit "Enter" , and then enter your administrative password or root password, and then hit "Enter". Then you need to enter "netcardconfig", and hit "Enter". Congratulations your internet should be setup.
5. You can also obtain further help through Internet Relay Chat (IRC) server: irc.freenode.net channel: #kanotix. I would recommend not using the channel #debian for help, they probably won't be of any help with regards to Kanotix.



Editiert am 2006-08-13 07:12:04 von bluewater

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THIS PAGE IS MARKED FOR DELETION UNLESS SOMEONE SAYS IT SHOULD STAY AND WHY CONTACT X-UN-1, ROEN OR BLUEWATER IN #IRC


Kanotix Hard Disk Drive Install (Revision 2.02)


Written By KarlosII? (Peter Canada) on Nov. 25, 2004
Source: Kanotix Forum http://kanotix.mipooh.net/viewtopic.php?t=180

Instructions based on Kanotix Bug Hunter 9a release.


Section 1: System Specifications


* Kernel 2.8.1 with many patches
* ACPI and DMA enabled by default (can be disabled with acpi=off respectively nodma)
* i586 optimization - not for use with older CPUs!
* 128 MB RAM required, 256 MB RAM recommended
* AVM Fritz!Card DSL support
* Eagle USB DSL support
* KDE 3.3.0
* OpenOffice 1.1.2
* Captive 1.1.5
* ALSA 1.0.6a
* GRUB boot loader for CD start - ideal for rescue in command line mode
* Memtest86?+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool in the extra menu of the boot loader


Section 2: Testing and Booting the CD



Be sure to verify the integrity of the CD, this should be done either in windows using the program crc or in linux using md5sums?. This is very important because a lot of problems are caused by bad copies.

1. Determine the md5sum? or crc checksum number, this is usually found in a file with the the extension of ?.md5?? or ?.crc?.

For Example:

KANOTIX-BUG-HUNTER-09-2004-A.iso.md5?
KANOTIX-BUG-HUNTER-09-2004-A.iso.crc

2. To check the iso image enter either of these commands and compare the numbers accordingly.

For Example:

Windows: "crc KANOTIX-BUG-HUNTER-09-2004-A.iso" or
Linux: "md5sum? -cv KANOTIX-BUG-HUNTER-09-2004-A.iso.md5?"

or

* Boot the Kanotix LiveCD and at the boot prompt enter: "testcd" and hit the enter key.*

3. Now that you know the the checksum numbers are the same as each other meaning the CD is a good copy, we will boot the CD by putting the CD in the drive and rebooting the system, be sure to make sure the your system is set to boot the CD first in your Bios. Some systems may require a boot disk that will boot the cdrom.

Use:
Smart Boot Manager: http://btmgr.sourceforge.net/download.html
Bootable CD Loader v1.50Z: http://www.wolfgang-brinkmann.de/bcdw/index_e.htm
Alternative Kanotix ISO: http://kanotix.mipooh.net/viewtopic.php?t=3388

4. Once you are at the Grub Boot prompt, select the type of kanotix that works best for you to load, if you wish for your harddrive installation to have ALSA sound support then I recommend you select �ACPI on � DMA on - English� that includes ALSA support. This will allow Kanotix to autodetect sound settings for ALSA and install them if and so you choose to do a harddrive installation. There are cheat codes you can use by editing the boot parameter, but for the most part those listed options work for everyone. Now hit enter and kanotix will load up as a livecd. It is recommended you select the option containing alsa for best results.


Section 3: Configuring and Installing Kanotix to the Hard Disk Drive


1. Open a konsole window, there is a also a little window with white border and black inside on your toolbar too which is a link to konsole.

2. At the prompt type "sudo kanotix-installer".

3. Your hard disk drive should have been partitioned and if so desired a swap partition created. I'm not going to cover this right now. Maybe when I modify the this documentation later. And Intro window will have popped up, select �Ok�.

4. Select "Configure Installation", and hit "Enter".

5. Now you will see 3 options in the menu; �Debian: Debian-like system (recommended)�, �Beginner: Multi-User System with hw-detection�, and Knoppix: Kanotix system like from cd�. You want to select the first option which is �Debian: Debian-like system (recommended)�, and hit �Enter�.

6. Now you will have the option of installing kanotix to the partition you want to install it to. It is recommended that you install it on a partition with at least 4 gigs of space to allow for growth, however 3 gigs is the bare minimum. The selection will look like "/dev/hdaX" where X is the partition number usually 1 or greater. Select the partition you wish to install on and Hit "Enter".

7. Now you will be at the choose file system-type menu, you will have 3 options; �EXT3: Extended 2 filesystem with journal support�, �ReiserFS?: ReiserFS? 3.6: journaling filesystem developed by Namesys�, and JFS: Journaling filesystem developed by IBM�. To get reiser4?, you have to edit the .knofig file manually (in /home/knoppix/.knofig).
We recommend you select the 2nd option �ReiserFS?: ReiserFS? 3.6: journaling filesystem developed by Namesys� and hit enter.

8. Now you will be at a prompt that says "Input your whole name (name surname)", Enter your First name and your last name here, and hit "Enter".

9. Now you will be at a prompt that says "Input your username (perhaps you like xxxxxx)", it will offer a username suggestions based on the first two letters of your first name and and your last name tacked on. Enter the username you want and hit "Enter".

10. You will be asked to enter a password for this username twice, enter the same one twice using tab to move to the next one and hit "Enter" after the last one.

11. Here you are asked for a administration password, this will be your root password. Do the same as the last step, but instead enter a different password if you like which is recommended.

12. Next you will see "Input your preferred hostname", this is the name your computer will be identified by other computers by if you wish to share a linux or windows network. Note: No spaces in the hostname, no umlauts, no special character, no number as first char. Enter a name here, and hit "Enter".

13. Next you will be asked "Choose where the boot loader (grub) shall be installed. Select "mbr: master boot record", and select "Next". If you use a different bootloader and wish to continue to use a different bootloader then of course installing grub to mbr is a bad idea, the best option here is to install it to partition IF this is the case.

14. Now you are done the Configuration part of the installer. (Your almost done!)

15. Now select "Start Installation", and select "Ok". You will be presented with a configuration info window, you will be asked �Do you wish to proceed with these parameters? You will click on �Next�. The installation will start and will take between 10 to 30 minutes maximum depending on your system.

16. You will be asked to �Please insert now an empty floppy disk into your floppy drive. Warning: All data on it will be lost. if you don't want to create a disk you can choose no.� If you wish to create a boot disk, of which I recommend you do so. So I would insert a disk and select "yes". This part is only necessary just in case you have problems with the bootloader you installed on the harddrive.

17. It should end off saying "Kanotix was successfully installed to hd." Click �Ok�.

18. YOU'RE DONE, Enjoy!


Section 4: Troubleshooting FAQ


1. On booting the kanotix livecd, the system stalls after the apm or acpi message, no further text. Turning acpi or apm off at boot may be another solution.

Solution:
Enable USB Device Function in BIOS

2. You can't write on NTFS partitions ?

Solution:
Because the Linux support for writing is dangerous. For FAT partitions you can enable write-access with the context menu (right mouse button). You may not have the rights to modify Linux partitions, use the root mode in konsole if needed. Some links are not working in the menu ? That is not my fault ? The packages from Debian/sid are very new and may have some little bugs, but you can always use new releases. If you find other bugs feel free to post them in the forums at kanotix.mipooh.net.

3. Captive support directly with LiveCD

Everything must be done as root:

# su

Mount the Windows XP Partition:

# mount /mnt/hda1

Fetch driver - if there is no Win XP SP1 on HD then with a download of about 30 MB size:

# captive-install-acquire

Umount Windows (very important!):

# umount /mnt/hda1

Mount it with captive:

# mount -t captive-ntfs /dev/hda1 /mnt/hda1

Now it is possible to read and write on that partition as root!

Note:

Instead of using captive-install-aqcuire it is possible to add manually the 4 needed files. I.e. save them onto 2 floppy disks or USB stick, then copy them manually:

# cd /var/lib/captive/

Copy these files to it:

cdfs.sys
fastfat.sys
ntfs.sys
ntoskrnl.exe

That does the same as using the installer.

4. I have no internet now after I have installed kanotix, how do I fix this? You need to open up a konsole and type su and hit "Enter" , and then enter your administrative password or root password, and then hit "Enter". Then you need to enter "netcardconfig", and hit "Enter". Congratulations your internet should be setup.

5. You can also obtain further help through Internet Relay Chat (IRC) server: irc.freenode.net channel: #kanotix. I would recommend not using the channel #debian for help, they probably won't be of any help with regards to Kanotix.


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Kanotix Hard Disk Drive Install (Revision 2.02)

Written By KarlosII? (Peter Canada) on Nov. 25, 2004
Source: Kanotix Forum http://kanotix.mipooh.net/viewtopic.php?t=180
Instructions based on Kanotix Bug Hunter 9a release.

Section 1: System Specifications

* Kernel 2.8.1 with many patches
* ACPI and DMA enabled by default (can be disabled with acpi=off respectively nodma)
* i586 optimization - not for use with older CPUs!
* 128 MB RAM required, 256 MB RAM recommended
* AVM Fritz!Card DSL support
* Eagle USB DSL support
* KDE 3.3.0
* OpenOffice 1.1.2
* Captive 1.1.5
* ALSA 1.0.6a
* GRUB boot loader for CD start - ideal for rescue in command line mode
* Memtest86?+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool in the extra menu of the boot loader

Section 2: Testing and Booting the CD

Be sure to verify the integrity of the CD, this should be done either in windows using the program crc or in linux using md5sums?. This is very important because a lot of problems are caused by bad copies.
1. Determine the md5sum? or crc checksum number, this is usually found in a file with the the extension of ?.md5?? or ?.crc?.
For Example:
KANOTIX-BUG-HUNTER-09-2004-A.iso.md5?
KANOTIX-BUG-HUNTER-09-2004-A.iso.crc
2. To check the iso image enter either of these commands and compare the numbers accordingly.
For Example:
Windows: "crc KANOTIX-BUG-HUNTER-09-2004-A.iso" or
Linux: "md5sum? -cv KANOTIX-BUG-HUNTER-09-2004-A.iso.md5?"
or
* Boot the Kanotix LiveCD and at the boot prompt enter: "testcd" and hit the enter key.*
3. Now that you know the the checksum numbers are the same as each other meaning the CD is a good copy, we will boot the CD by putting the CD in the drive and rebooting the system, be sure to make sure the your system is set to boot the CD first in your Bios. Some systems may require a boot disk that will boot the cdrom.
Use:
Smart Boot Manager: http://btmgr.sourceforge.net/download.html
Bootable CD Loader v1.50Z: http://www.wolfgang-brinkmann.de/bcdw/index_e.htm
Alternative Kanotix ISO: http://kanotix.mipooh.net/viewtopic.php?t=3388
4. Once you are at the Grub Boot prompt, select the type of kanotix that works best for you to load, if you wish for your harddrive installation to have ALSA sound support then I recommend you select “ACPI on – DMA on - English” that includes ALSA support. This will allow Kanotix to autodetect sound settings for ALSA and install them if and so you choose to do a harddrive installation. There are cheat codes you can use by editing the boot parameter, but for the most part those listed options work for everyone. Now hit enter and kanotix will load up as a livecd. It is recommended you select the option containing alsa for best results.

Section 3: Configuring and Installing Kanotix to the Hard Disk Drive


1. Open a konsole window, there is a also a little window with white border and black inside on your toolbar too which is a link to konsole.
2. At the prompt type "sudo kanotix-installer".
3. Your hard disk drive should have been partitioned and if so desired a swap partition created. I'm not going to cover this right now. Maybe when I modify the this documentation later. And Intro window will have popped up, select “Ok”.
4. Select "Configure Installation", and hit "Enter".
5. Now you will see 3 options in the menu; “Debian: Debian-like system (recommended)”, “Beginner: Multi-User System with hw-detection”, and Knoppix: Kanotix system like from cd”. You want to select the first option which is “Debian: Debian-like system (recommended)”, and hit “Enter”.
6. Now you will have the option of installing kanotix to the partition you want to install it to. It is recommended that you install it on a partition with at least 4 gigs of space to allow for growth, however 3 gigs is the bare minimum. The selection will look like "/dev/hdaX" where X is the partition number usually 1 or greater. Select the partition you wish to install on and Hit "Enter".
7. Now you will be at the choose file system-type menu, you will have 3 options; “EXT3: Extended 2 filesystem with journal support”, “ReiserFS?: ReiserFS? 3.6: journaling filesystem developed by Namesys”, and JFS: Journaling filesystem developed by IBM”. To get reiser4?, you have to edit the .knofig file manually (in /home/knoppix/.knofig).
We recommend you select the 2nd option “ReiserFS?: ReiserFS? 3.6: journaling filesystem developed by Namesys” and hit enter.
8. Now you will be at a prompt that says "Input your whole name (name surname)", Enter your First name and your last name here, and hit "Enter".
9. Now you will be at a prompt that says "Input your username (perhaps you like xxxxxx)", it will offer a username suggestions based on the first two letters of your first name and and your last name tacked on. Enter the username you want and hit "Enter".
10. You will be asked to enter a password for this username twice, enter the same one twice using tab to move to the next one and hit "Enter" after the last one.
11. Here you are asked for a administration password, this will be your root password. Do the same as the last step, but instead enter a different password if you like which is recommended.
12. Next you will see "Input your preferred hostname", this is the name your computer will be identified by other computers by if you wish to share a linux or windows network. Note: No spaces in the hostname, no umlauts, no special character, no number as first char. Enter a name here, and hit "Enter".
13. Next you will be asked "Choose where the boot loader (grub) shall be installed. Select "mbr: master boot record", and select "Next". If you use a different bootloader and wish to continue to use a different bootloader then of course installing grub to mbr is a bad idea, the best option here is to install it to partition IF this is the case.
14. Now you are done the Configuration part of the installer. (Your almost done!)
15. Now select "Start Installation", and select "Ok". You will be presented with a configuration info window, you will be asked “Do you wish to proceed with these parameters? You will click on “Next”. The installation will start and will take between 10 to 30 minutes maximum depending on your system.
16. You will be asked to “Please insert now an empty floppy disk into your floppy drive. Warning: All data on it will be lost. if you don't want to create a disk you can choose no.” If you wish to create a boot disk, of which I recommend you do so. So I would insert a disk and select "yes". This part is only necessary just in case you have problems with the bootloader you installed on the harddrive.
17. It should end off saying "Kanotix was successfully installed to hd." Click “Ok”.
18. YOU'RE DONE, Enjoy!

Section 4: Troubleshooting FAQ

1. On booting the kanotix livecd, the system stalls after the apm or acpi message, no further text. Turning acpi or apm off at boot may be another solution.
Solution:
Enable USB Device Function in BIOS
2. You can't write on NTFS partitions ?
Solution:
Because the Linux support for writing is dangerous. For FAT partitions you can enable write-access with the context menu (right mouse button). You may not have the rights to modify Linux partitions, use the root mode in konsole if needed. Some links are not working in the menu ? That is not my fault ? The packages from Debian/sid are very new and may have some little bugs, but you can always use new releases. If you find other bugs feel free to post them in the forums at kanotix.mipooh.net.
3. Captive support directly with LiveCD
Everything must be done as root:
# su
Mount the Windows XP Partition:
# mount /mnt/hda1
Fetch driver - if there is no Win XP SP1 on HD then with a download of about 30 MB size:
# captive-install-acquire
Umount Windows (very important!):
# umount /mnt/hda1
Mount it with captive:
# mount -t captive-ntfs /dev/hda1 /mnt/hda1
Now it is possible to read and write on that partition as root!
Note:
Instead of using captive-install-aqcuire it is possible to add manually the 4 needed files. I.e. save them onto 2 floppy disks or USB stick, then copy them manually:
# cd /var/lib/captive/
Copy these files to it:
cdfs.sys
fastfat.sys
ntfs.sys
ntoskrnl.exe
That does the same as using the installer.
4. I have no internet now after I have installed kanotix, how do I fix this? You need to open up a konsole and type su and hit "Enter" , and then enter your administrative password or root password, and then hit "Enter". Then you need to enter "netcardconfig", and hit "Enter". Congratulations your internet should be setup.
5. You can also obtain further help through Internet Relay Chat (IRC) server: irc.freenode.net channel: #kanotix. I would recommend not using the channel #debian for help, they probably won't be of any help with regards to Kanotix.



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Kanotix Hard Disk Drive Install (Revision 2.02)


Written By KarlosII? (Peter Canada) on Nov. 25, 2004
Source: Kanotix Forum http://kanotix.mipooh.net/viewtopic.php?t=180

Instructions based on Kanotix Bug Hunter 9a release.


Section 1: System Specifications


* Kernel 2.8.1 with many patches
* ACPI and DMA enabled by default (can be disabled with acpi=off respectively nodma)
* i586 optimization - not for use with older CPUs!
* 128 MB RAM required, 256 MB RAM recommended
* AVM Fritz!Card DSL support
* Eagle USB DSL support
* KDE 3.3.0
* OpenOffice 1.1.2
* Captive 1.1.5
* ALSA 1.0.6a
* GRUB boot loader for CD start - ideal for rescue in command line mode
* Memtest86?+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool in the extra menu of the boot loader


Section 2: Testing and Booting the CD



Be sure to verify the integrity of the CD, this should be done either in windows using the program crc or in linux using md5sums?. This is very important because a lot of problems are caused by bad copies.

1. Determine the md5sum? or crc checksum number, this is usually found in a file with the the extension of ?.md5?? or ?.crc?.

For Example:

KANOTIX-BUG-HUNTER-09-2004-A.iso.md5?
KANOTIX-BUG-HUNTER-09-2004-A.iso.crc

2. To check the iso image enter either of these commands and compare the numbers accordingly.

For Example:

Windows: "crc KANOTIX-BUG-HUNTER-09-2004-A.iso" or
Linux: "md5sum? -cv KANOTIX-BUG-HUNTER-09-2004-A.iso.md5?"

or

* Boot the Kanotix LiveCD and at the boot prompt enter: "testcd" and hit the enter key.*

3. Now that you know the the checksum numbers are the same as each other meaning the CD is a good copy, we will boot the CD by putting the CD in the drive and rebooting the system, be sure to make sure the your system is set to boot the CD first in your Bios. Some systems may require a boot disk that will boot the cdrom.

Use:
Smart Boot Manager: http://btmgr.sourceforge.net/download.html
Bootable CD Loader v1.50Z: http://www.wolfgang-brinkmann.de/bcdw/index_e.htm
Alternative Kanotix ISO: http://kanotix.mipooh.net/viewtopic.php?t=3388

4. Once you are at the Grub Boot prompt, select the type of kanotix that works best for you to load, if you wish for your harddrive installation to have ALSA sound support then I recommend you select “ACPI on – DMA on - English” that includes ALSA support. This will allow Kanotix to autodetect sound settings for ALSA and install them if and so you choose to do a harddrive installation. There are cheat codes you can use by editing the boot parameter, but for the most part those listed options work for everyone. Now hit enter and kanotix will load up as a livecd. It is recommended you select the option containing alsa for best results.


Section 3: Configuring and Installing Kanotix to the Hard Disk Drive


1. Open a konsole window, there is a also a little window with white border and black inside on your toolbar too which is a link to konsole.

2. At the prompt type "sudo kanotix-installer".

3. Your hard disk drive should have been partitioned and if so desired a swap partition created. I'm not going to cover this right now. Maybe when I modify the this documentation later. And Intro window will have popped up, select “Ok”.

4. Select "Configure Installation", and hit "Enter".

5. Now you will see 3 options in the menu; “Debian: Debian-like system (recommended)”, “Beginner: Multi-User System with hw-detection”, and Knoppix: Kanotix system like from cd”. You want to select the first option which is “Debian: Debian-like system (recommended)”, and hit “Enter”.

6. Now you will have the option of installing kanotix to the partition you want to install it to. It is recommended that you install it on a partition with at least 4 gigs of space to allow for growth, however 3 gigs is the bare minimum. The selection will look like "/dev/hdaX" where X is the partition number usually 1 or greater. Select the partition you wish to install on and Hit "Enter".

7. Now you will be at the choose file system-type menu, you will have 3 options; “EXT3: Extended 2 filesystem with journal support”, “ReiserFS?: ReiserFS? 3.6: journaling filesystem developed by Namesys”, and JFS: Journaling filesystem developed by IBM”. To get reiser4?, you have to edit the .knofig file manually (in /home/knoppix/.knofig).
We recommend you select the 2nd option “ReiserFS?: ReiserFS? 3.6: journaling filesystem developed by Namesys” and hit enter.

8. Now you will be at a prompt that says "Input your whole name (name surname)", Enter your First name and your last name here, and hit "Enter".

9. Now you will be at a prompt that says "Input your username (perhaps you like xxxxxx)", it will offer a username suggestions based on the first two letters of your first name and and your last name tacked on. Enter the username you want and hit "Enter".

10. You will be asked to enter a password for this username twice, enter the same one twice using tab to move to the next one and hit "Enter" after the last one.

11. Here you are asked for a administration password, this will be your root password. Do the same as the last step, but instead enter a different password if you like which is recommended.

12. Next you will see "Input your preferred hostname", this is the name your computer will be identified by other computers by if you wish to share a linux or windows network. Note: No spaces in the hostname, no umlauts, no special character, no number as first char. Enter a name here, and hit "Enter".

13. Next you will be asked "Choose where the boot loader (grub) shall be installed. Select "mbr: master boot record", and select "Next". If you use a different bootloader and wish to continue to use a different bootloader then of course installing grub to mbr is a bad idea, the best option here is to install it to partition IF this is the case.

14. Now you are done the Configuration part of the installer. (Your almost done!)

15. Now select "Start Installation", and select "Ok". You will be presented with a configuration info window, you will be asked “Do you wish to proceed with these parameters? You will click on “Next”. The installation will start and will take between 10 to 30 minutes maximum depending on your system.

16. You will be asked to “Please insert now an empty floppy disk into your floppy drive. Warning: All data on it will be lost. if you don't want to create a disk you can choose no.” If you wish to create a boot disk, of which I recommend you do so. So I would insert a disk and select "yes". This part is only necessary just in case you have problems with the bootloader you installed on the harddrive.

17. It should end off saying "Kanotix was successfully installed to hd." Click “Ok”.

18. YOU'RE DONE, Enjoy!


Section 4: Troubleshooting FAQ


1. On booting the kanotix livecd, the system stalls after the apm or acpi message, no further text. Turning acpi or apm off at boot may be another solution.

Solution:
Enable USB Device Function in BIOS

2. You can't write on NTFS partitions ?

Solution:
Because the Linux support for writing is dangerous. For FAT partitions you can enable write-access with the context menu (right mouse button). You may not have the rights to modify Linux partitions, use the root mode in konsole if needed. Some links are not working in the menu ? That is not my fault ? The packages from Debian/sid are very new and may have some little bugs, but you can always use new releases. If you find other bugs feel free to post them in the forums at kanotix.mipooh.net.

3. Captive support directly with LiveCD

Everything must be done as root:

# su

Mount the Windows XP Partition:

# mount /mnt/hda1

Fetch driver - if there is no Win XP SP1 on HD then with a download of about 30 MB size:

# captive-install-acquire

Umount Windows (very important!):

# umount /mnt/hda1

Mount it with captive:

# mount -t captive-ntfs /dev/hda1 /mnt/hda1

Now it is possible to read and write on that partition as root!

Note:

Instead of using captive-install-aqcuire it is possible to add manually the 4 needed files. I.e. save them onto 2 floppy disks or USB stick, then copy them manually:

# cd /var/lib/captive/

Copy these files to it:

cdfs.sys
fastfat.sys
ntfs.sys
ntoskrnl.exe

That does the same as using the installer.

4. I have no internet now after I have installed kanotix, how do I fix this? You need to open up a konsole and type su and hit "Enter" , and then enter your administrative password or root password, and then hit "Enter". Then you need to enter "netcardconfig", and hit "Enter". Congratulations your internet should be setup.

5. You can also obtain further help through Internet Relay Chat (IRC) server: irc.freenode.net channel: #kanotix. I would recommend not using the channel #debian for help, they probably won't be of any help with regards to Kanotix.
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