Installation of a Linux system generally occurs by booting the target system from an installation source such as an installation CD/DVD, a live CD/DVD, or a network boot environment (PXE).
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A CD image is the exact representation of the data on a CD in a normal computer file, that can e.g. CD burning programs can use the image files to make real CDs.
For a correctly written CD, the format includes special information related to booting from the CD, which is lost when you unpack the file.
However, this does not guarantee complete accuracy.
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***Since version 2016.3 deployment image should not contain Agent already installed in it.