I have a question obout installing debian. Ubuntu has this option which can install all mising packages from ethernet of wifi, while debian has only ethertnet option. The firmware I prepaire -> see tutorial and It's working.

But if I do netinstall, debian will not ask for wifi key or password. Ubuntu on other hand will ask and install elements over wifi.

Is it posible to prepaire debian iso image like so that debian installer will install elements over wifi.

  1. I would recommend against using wireless for install as it has a higher error rate and is slower than wired.

  2. this should be reported as a bug.

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    Whell it's not much a diference if I install min image from cd and than apt-get over wifi post installation. Why not wifi everithing in the mean time of debian installation ? I kinda don't get what you are trying to say... – user92622 Apr 30 '15 at 9:02
  • Oh and what do you mean by saying "this should be reported as a bug" ? You mean to install ubuntu over wifi? – user92622 Apr 30 '15 at 9:03
  • no that debian's installer does not ask for full configuration for the card that you are installing from. – hildred Apr 30 '15 at 15:04
  • Well I will report this as a bug than... – user92622 Apr 30 '15 at 15:12

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