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- Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2007 14:36:50 +0200
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* Frans Pop <email@example.com> [2007-02-26 17:48]:
> > From where would I run anna-install? Is there some infrastructure or
> > would I need to add a d-i startup script?
> Somewhere in rootskel, or else in hw-detect. The last is probably more
Background: installations on NSLU2 run in lowmem level2, so some udebs
need to be manually selected by users. In order to install them
automatically, the idea was to run anna-install from a script in
rootskel or hw-detect.
I just tested this and it doesn't work. I logged in and ran
anna-install for each udeb I wanted, and then continued the
installation. However, these udebs were not installed by the time I
came to partman (which meant that partman didn't found my disk because
the SCSI/USB modules were not installed).