Bug#610524: Preseed: Debian Installer asks for keyboard-configuration/variant
reassign 610524 keyboard-configuration
Dennis Hoppe, le Thu 27 Jan 2011 12:05:40 +0100, a écrit :
> i am using the following two images:
> I also added the following line to "isolinux/txt.cfg" and remastered the
> image to save some typing.
> label basic
> menu label ^Install (basic)
> kernel /install.386/vmlinuz
> append auto=true priority=critical vga=791
> file=/cdrom/preseed/basic.cfg initrd=/install.386/initrd.gz
> DEBCONF_DEBUG=5 -- quiet
Ok, it helps a lot to have an idea what it might be happening when
you give more details. Since you were talking about console-setup
configuration I thought you were using the gtk image (which uses
console-setup for keyboard configuration instead of kbdchooser), and was
thus testing that, which would actually prevent the bug from happening.
According to your screenshot, the question is actually asked by the
_installed_ keyboard-configuration, which doesn't get enough information
from d-i to know which variant to choose.
That being said, I'm still unable to reproduce the issue.
- taken http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/squeeze_di_rc2/i386/iso-cd/debian-squeeze-di-rc2-i386-netinst.iso ,
- put your basic.cfg into preseed/ ,
- appended file=/cdrom/preseed/basic.cfg to the kernel command line in txt.cfg ,
- rebuilt the image using genisoimage,
- booted it,
- chosen the text installer,
- chosen German
- chosen Deutschland
- chosen Deutsch keyboard
>From then on everything happens up to rebooting into a freshly installed
system. I have also tried with english/US/german, and english/US/USA,
still the same. Where is the difference? (Maybe you could upload the
image you have produced, to make sure we have at least the same image).