Originally Posted by shmerl
You won't find any... Actualy, you just need to make a:
# cp debian.iso /dev/sdX (your key)
It was one of the big goal to reach for the project before Wheezy being released.
It seems to be OK:
Great. Does it support GPT partitioning on installation and using EFI GRUB?
"Note that the Debian Installer (D-I) for AMD64 testing/Jessie already correctly boots and installs on a computer with UEFI firmware, putting in a GUID partition table (GPT) on a raw drive in the process."
I haven't tried it yet but you can create your GPT partition before trying to install. If the installer recognise it, it'll probably work.
Be careful to not do that on disc already configure with DOS partitioning; I mean don't make it on a drive you are already using, use another empty one. Just to be sure, unpluged all your other drives and test it.