Install Debian GNU/Linux 7.0 Wheezy

[1] Insert a disk for installation of Debian GNU/Linux 7.0 and reboot your computer. Next, select installation type on the screen below. On here, choose Graphical install for example.
[2] Select your language.
[3] Select your location for timezone.
[4] Select the locale.
[5] Select your keyboard type.
[6] Set your server’s hostname you’d like to set.
[7] Set your network domain name.
[8] Set root password.
[9] Set a user account.
[10] Input a user name used on the system.
[11] Set password for a user in pre-section.
[12] This is the section for configure partition. This example select “Guided” like follows.
[13] Select a disk to create partitions.
[14] Select a type of partitions you’d like to set.
[15] It’s the confirmation for configuring LVM. If it’s OK, answer “Yes”.
[16] It’s completed to configure partitions. If it’s OK, answer “Yes”.
[17] It’s final confirmation for changing disks. If it’s OK, answer “Yes”.
[18] If you’d like to install more packages in another CD/DVD, answer “Yes”.
[19] If you’d like to use a network mirror, answer “Yes”.
[20] Is you selected ‘Yes’ in pre-section, choose a location of mirror site.
[21] Select a mirror site.
[22] Set Proxy if you use it. If not, Continue with empty.
[23] Answer ‘Yes’ to participate package usage survey as an anonymous.
[24] Select software groups to install. Go next without checking boxes all, it’s better to install something if needed.
[25] Answer “Yes” if you’d like to install Grub on MBR.
[26] Installation completed. Remove the disk and Continue. Then system will reboot.
[27] The system boots and show login prompt like below. Login with a user set in installation.
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