Tutorial for installing Debian Lenny - Light / Minimal

After long hours of research, I developed a tutorial for installation of Debian, version 5 (codename Lenny) with KDE and with key features being "levezinho" (light). What I mean is that with this tutorial we can install only what you want, do not be so subject to the installation of a multitude of packages, something that usually happens in most Linux distributions.

Internet connection.
Some experience of installing Linux operating systems.

1 - Download a mini version of Debian: amd64 (for 64 bit processors, Core 2 Duo and AMD and the like), i386 (32-bit processors), Other ...
2 - Burn the ISO image downloaded to a CD.
3 - Boot from CD and start the installation.
4 - The following steps to select the country code of the keyboard, etc.. Choose where Portuguese-Portugal, if they wish to European Portuguese.
5 - should get the part of setting up partitions. You can choose guided or manual. I always choose manual settings and do the partitions. If in doubt just ask the help in the comments section.
6 - When you reach the part of the package selection should leave only selected "Standard System".
7 - After the installation is complete the system, restart it. Now comes the most important part of this turorial.
8 - To install the KDE 4.2 graphical environment you must insert the following sources in source.list of apt-get:
vim /etc/apt/source.lists

deb http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian/ sid main
deb-src http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian/ sid main
deb http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian/ testing main
deb-src http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian/ testing main

9 - Installing KDE 4.2 based, with the media and government:
apt-get update
apt-get install kdebase-runtime kdebase-workspace kdebase kdemultimedia kdeadmin kde-l10n-pt phono-backend-xine

10 - This step will not be mandatory, but advisable, because programs will need to decompress, view PDF's, surf the Internet, etc ...
apt-get install ark okular apt-get install iceweasel-l10n-pt-pt
apt-get install build-essential kernel-package linux-kernel-headers linux-headers-`uname-r`

And so we avoid a "carraga" package that we sometimes leave the operating system more slowly. Try, will see that staying with a distribution of Linux and fast, and I know they have questions about any of these steps, say or write :p


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