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The installer now configures the software packages management system. The first question you may be asked is: “Should a mirror be used on the network”.
Select “Yes” here, then go and select the country where you are located, then deb.debian.org. This “deb.debian.org” is a service that automatically finds the mirror that responds the fastest, which is very useful so that you don't have to change the configuration every time you move around, or when your usual mirror has problems.
GRUB is in charge of showing you the different systems present on your disk when you start your computer.
Choose here the location where you want to place the GRUB boot loader.
Then wait for another progress screen that lasts a few tens of seconds.
The initial installation will soon be completed.
In the screen below, the installer will ask you whether your system clock should be matched to the Universal Time Coordinated clock. Please choose.
The next screen informs you that the installation is almost complete, click on “Continue” :
This last progress screen shows you the latest cleaning steps of the installation. It will take a few tens of seconds:
Then, the installer gives you the control of the “live” system back:
Done! The studio audio LibraZiK-3 is installed on your machine and you can reboot your system to start on it: top menu → System → Shutdown… → Reboot.
During this first reboot, you will choose the “Debian GNU/Linux” option.
After rebooting to LibraZiK-3, you can finish the installation :
Do an update especially if you made an installation without an internet connection because this will allow you to get the last updates arrived since the building of the live 2).
Install the following packages:
To finish installing your studio audio LibraZiK-3, you may want to add some configurations to your system.