Linux. Reinstall without a disc

Now you do not have any disk or USB drive. You can reinstall linux on "garagem", from the system? (now on linux) Tell me where to Google or what is the easiest to do.
October 8th 19 at 02:34
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October 8th 19 at 02:36
1. It is possible, as one of the options — goo.gl/QYbbI
2. You can highlight sections, download the necessary files, register boot from the new partition in GRUB.
3. Not all distro podderzhivaetsya: to register in GRUB boot from ISO image, pre-having a space(partition) on the HDD.
But it's easier to find the media for installation.
Thanks, I for the most part for the experiment. If something is not done, tomorrow is the normal way to go. - Lydia.Littel commented on October 8th 19 at 02:39
October 8th 19 at 02:38
You can partition the drive, install the system manually, gentoo stage 3, then chroot into the new system and the tuning of the loader.
October 8th 19 at 02:40
you can try to use tftp
October 8th 19 at 02:42
Any Linux in fact is formulated as follows: boot live-system where you run the installer. Ie always works, like the installation "from an already running Linux".

All distributions do this automatically, except for some for which when you install the admin does it manually. Among the latter, it should be noted Gentoo, which has a clear handbook, and the installation process there painted on the steps. In fact, this manual is appropriate for any distribution, not just Gentoo.

So read the Gentoo Handbook and think about how to adapt it for your case. You can, incidentally, and put — will not be worse, but you will understand what and when the installation occurs.
October 8th 19 at 02:44
I would thispolitical kexec (or just throw in your /boot and boot with a full boot) to kernel-initrd, which made installation (Debian minimal cd and only one of them is), so the whole system is only in RAM and disk you can do any manipulation.

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