Re: Driver injection disk debconf templates in D-I
> Detect device driver media from hardware manufacturer
> I find Frans' version more newbie-friendly but further from the
> original idea of "driver injection disks" (which is maybe described
> in some manufacturer documentation...or some Ubuntu documentation).
> "media" is less precise than "disks" but these "disks" aren't actually
> disks so there is room for argument anyway..:).
An alternative to using "media" could be "virtual (device) driver disks"
. The addition of "virtual" makes clear that the disks are not real but
devices exposed in some way (USB probably?) by hardware whose main purpose
in something different than storage. Does that cover this?
BTW, should/could such devices be excluded for partman?
 "device" optional