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Re: Bootloader udeb selection for specific platform

Another suggest is that, the boot loaders udebs, provide the virtual
udeb package "bootable-system"

Your udeb must install the boot loader, and when the udeb is done, the
main-menu will choose finish-install automatically.

2012/5/3 Joey Hess <joeyh@debian.org>:
> Gerhard Pircher wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I'm looking into building a custom Debian install CD for a non-supported
>> PowerPC platform. The platform doesn't work with any of the available
>> bootloaders in Debian. Therefore I would like to create my own bootloader
>> udeb package. While I can use one of the available bootloader udebs as
>> a base for my work, I didn't find out yet how the installer selects the
>> right bootloader for a platform (it seems to load several bootloader
>> udebs during an installation). Is this done by preseeding (though I
>> could only find preseeding options for grub and lilo) or by some check
>> of the architecture/platform string in /etc/cpuinfo?
> This is usually done with isinstallable scripts in the udebs's
> control.tar.gz.
> --
> see shy jo

Atte. Félix Arreola Rodríguez,
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