Re: too few kernel arguments for preseeding
On Saturday 10 January 2009, Ferenc Wagner wrote:
> Just trying to get an idea of the general feeling towards something
> that bugs me right now: the maximum number of kernel arguments (32) is
> just a tad too small for preseeding a full install (about 40 would be
> enough). This form of preseeding may not seem too important at first,
> but this is the only one which does not need an external server nor
> requires modification to the installation media (unless I overlooked
> something). It is especially comfortable for preseeding virtual
> machine installations.
> Is raising CONFIG_INIT_ENV_ARG_LIMIT out of question? Or coalescing
> the arguments somehow?
That really is the wrong way to approach preseeding. I do not see a valid
use-case for it.