Quoting George Chriss (email@example.com): > Package: iso-scan > Version: 1.43 > > Under advanced install, Main Menu, there's a menu option to "scan hard > drives for an installer ISO image" after downloading and installing > iso-scan (an optional component). However, there is no indication in any > of the prompts that the ISO files must be Debian installation media -- the > name suggests that any install ISO may be used. > > In the Debian-installer log: > > May 9 08:27:09 iso-scan: Found ISO ./trisquel_6.0_amd64.iso on /dev/sda1 > May 9 08:27:09 iso-scan: Debian ISO not usable, skipping > > Trisquel does not appear to have PXE netboot support, thus I'm here trying > to find a way into the Trisquel installer and stumbled into the above. So, if I understand properly, you're suggesting that the template mentions that what is searched for is a "Debian" installer ISO, right? If so, I would propose "scan hard drives for a supported installer ISO image"....and a small update to the installation manual to mention that ISO images have to be named s specific way. This way, we avoid "branding" by "Debian" and the template can still be used by derived distros (I suspect they do patch iso-scan in order to search for ISO images prepended by FooBar_).
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