Quoting Brian Potkin (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Package: user-setup-udeb > Severity: normal > Tags: d-i > > > > #697331 was closed with the following comment: > > * Add first created user to lpadmin group so that it can use local > printers when installed. > > After an install using debian-jessie-DI-b1-i386-netinst.iso 'groups' > gives > > brian cdrom floppy audio dip video plugdev netdev > > (A CC to email@example.com because there will likely be > an interest in this there). Still: # Allow preseeding the groups to which the first created user is added Template: passwd/user-default-groups Type: string Default: audio cdrom dip floppy video plugdev netdev powerdev scanner bluetooth debian-tor lpadmin Description: for internal use only The code that uses this: if [ -n "$USER" ]; then db_get passwd/user-default-groups for group in $RET; do $log $chroot $ROOT adduser "$USER" $group >/dev/null 2>&1 || true done fi After more thinking, my (wild) guess is that, at the time this is done, these groups...do not exist on the system. And "adduser <user> <group>" then fails when "<group>" doesn't exist. If I'm right, there are probably traces of this is the installer log, I'd guess.
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