The installation process of Debian is quite straightforward if you are an experienced Linux user.
But if you try Debian your first time, there are several things which I find confusing for new users.

So, if you decided to install and use Debian, here is an overview of the Debian installation process with some useful recommendations.

00:38 1. What ISO to download
– Live ISO
– Install ISO
– Non-free ISOs
02:55 2. installation
– Create a bootable USB drive
– 05:10 Automatic partitioning of a whole drive
– 05:30 Install without formatting your home partition. This is in case you had Linux installed on your computer before.
– 07:26 Manually partition your hard drive with re-formatting the whole drive.
10:40 3. After installation
– Add contrib and non-free repositories. (NOTE: use Ctrl+O to save and Ctrl+X to exit from the nano text editor)
– Enable the latest security updates.
– Receive the bug fixes as quick as possible.
– Proprietary drivers.

Mentioned videos:

Debian 9 Stretch Xfce review – The Best Xfce distro!
Make Xfce look modern and beautiful
10 things to do after installing Debian Xfce

Repositories ( :

# latest security updates
deb buster/updates main contrib non-free

# proposed additions
deb buster-proposed-updates main contrib non-free

Proprietary drivers:

Graphics Card
nVidia
ATI

Wifi drivers

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Average Linux User

May 22, 2020

Time codes:
00:38 1. What ISO to download
– Live ISO
– Install ISO
– Non-free ISOs
02:55 2. installation
– Create a bootable USB drive https://youtu.be/rpGgTTFKwiU
– 05:10 Automatic partitioning of a whole drive
– 05:30 Install without formatting your home partition. This is in case you had Linux installed on your computer before.
– 07:26 Manually partition your hard drive with re-formatting the whole drive.
10:40 3. After installation
– Add contrib and non-free repositories. (NOTE: use Ctrl+O to save and Ctrl+X to exit from the nano text editor)
– Enable the latest security updates.
– Receive the bug fixes as quick as possible.
– Proprietary drivers.

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Tom's Handy Tools

May 22, 2020

Hello, I have a problem installing Debian 10.3. After all steps of installing from Debian nonfree I get to the point where it asks for media change and after I press enter it does not spin the installation dvd in my drive and it fails installing. Could you help me with this please? Greetings from Serbia.

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jake stone

May 22, 2020

Which is for bootable USB drive

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barik technichian

May 22, 2020

Help me. Mode tty1. Can't login to desktop interface

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Mr.Kristian252

May 22, 2020

You didn't talk about about the swap partition.
It should be atleast double the amount of ram you have.
So if you have 8 GB ram, you need a 17 GB swap partition

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Jimbo Jones

May 22, 2020

I've installed Linux Mint, Ubuntu, Lubuntu, Manjaro, Xenial, and Puppy linux. But OMG, Debian is a nightmare !!!!. Got there eventually !!!!

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Jimbo Jones

May 22, 2020

I cant understand a single word of that strong Swedish/ Russian/ Slavic ? accent. Lol

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Marcos Sanches

May 22, 2020

Thank you for the video

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Hatsune Miku Channel #The Famous Youtuber Of 2019

May 22, 2020

So… you're come from sweden… right? i never went there… bye!! 😍🥰😍🥰😍🥰😍🥰😍🥰😍🥰🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗😘🤗🤗🤗🤗

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Simrah Rehan

May 22, 2020

after installation and power off it got crashed and now gui desktop is not opening its stuck at console showing error 🙁

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VAWAVAWA

May 22, 2020

I first installed one i386 version from CD, but I didn't have internet, so I got only the minimal setup, which seems to be the tty screen. After I tried to install i386 from bigger size iso file, but that doesn't start, just goes to that tty1 screen again. no idea how to continue.

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bananaman

May 22, 2020

This guy has no ears.
#bulrukwashere

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INSTNUX

May 22, 2020

The best video of installing debian!!!!

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Martin Hardy

May 22, 2020

Great video, I realise now I was setting up root account incorrectly during install, getting locked out. Thank You !!

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Andrew Bridge

May 22, 2020

Just installed Debian 9 on an old HP Compaq computer. Running all well but still learning my way around Debian after being a Windows user for a few decades.
I must admit I find the issue of setting up partitions when installing Debian totally confusing.

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Player Player

May 22, 2020

Good tutorial, but KDE is better than XFCE

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Max M W

May 22, 2020

Riktigt bra genomgångar! Gillar verkligen hur du går igenom olika tillvägagångssätt i installationen. Keep up the good work. Stort tack!

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Alberto Leo

May 22, 2020

Great video as always!

I have a little question: I want to have a full Debian working from a USB (not an installation USB or a live with persistence). Can I use the manual partitioning you just shown on the installation pointing it to sdX instead of the main sda?
My task is to bring around Debian in my pocket, to use it anywhere. I know there are other distros specific for that (MX or Tails), but I want Debian on USB.
I am not an experienced user and many resources are a bit confusing to me, and many of them talks about live with persistence, which is not exactly what I want. Thank you

By the way … a your review like "things to do" on MX Linux would be nice (I read you planned it). I know it is mostly Debian Xfce but I am sure I will learn even more from one of your great tutorials

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Vortex TV

May 22, 2020

Did u play Black Shark 2?

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kosty810

May 22, 2020

https://youtu.be/BOagKBn6RRw

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Dilbar Thakur

May 22, 2020

Pls help me

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Dilbar Thakur

May 22, 2020

Sir please provide me debian 5 installation iso image my system is showing error fsck died with exit status 4

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NY000ooo

May 22, 2020

Oh! So 6:14 <- this is a menu, not a text… okey..

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Pratyush Amrit

May 22, 2020

I want to replace my pre installed linux mint with debian. Please tell how to do this.

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Amoeba

May 22, 2020

After the installation remember to assign a root password if you left it empty while installing, because if you screw something up and you need to boot in recovery to fix it you will be out of luck, because to do anything there it requires the root account.

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