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Re: D-I cdrom iso image

Goswin von Brederlow <brederlo@informatik.uni-tuebingen.de> writes:

> Hi,
> I build a cdrom iso image with the D-I cdrom initrd.gz and kernel +
> udebs + debs.

New image is now in /install-images as well as a link to ther current

aac68e958e1ee9835ff9c4baa1f7542c  install-images/sid-amd64-cdrom.iso

The sid-amd64-cdrom.iso has a bit older udebs/debs on it since there
were a bunch of new uploads the last few days I didn't track. But it
has only 3 (that I found) flaws left:

1. No grub, installation will fail at the end and you have to fix that
   yourself from a grub floppy or cd.

2. The kernel-image on the cd is build to mount devfs on boot. You
   need to add 'devfs=nomount' to the grub command line or the boot
   will fail.

3. /etc/network/interfaces doesn't get written so no network after the
   first reboot.

And one more minor thing: framebuffer didn't work for me so no
chinese/japanese support.


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