Remote Debian installation assistance for newbies using WireGuard VPN
Hello Debian Install System Team,
there used to be Linux install parties - a very cool event in itself and
a way to bring new users into community. However it is not so easy to
organize and it is somewhat limiting in time and space.
Several weeks ago I learned about the kernel-space VPN - WireGuard 
and was so positively shocked by the ease of it's configuration/use 
so that I don't stop to think how it can be effectively utilized.
Today I was thinking whether it would be possible to use this technology
to enable an experienced Linux user to help a fellow newbie to install
Debian on his Windows box?...
The idea is to add an "Remote assistance mode" into win32-loader. Once
toggled - it will preseed and run Debian Installer (after reboot)
without any interaction until it:
1. creates a WG interface,
2. obtains an IP from a (not yet extent) Debian WireGuard VPN server 
(the assisting Linux profi also should be part of this VPN so he can SSH
to the newbie through NAT).
3. runs SSH server listening on that IP.
4. generates a short random password for the root user and displays it
together with its IP from step #2 on the monitor of the newbie. This
information (IP and root's password) are communicated by newbie to his
Linux profi friend by phone/sms/etc..
>From this point on the Linux profi can SSH to the box and continue the
installation process in text mode.
Is something like this possible?
: here is a short demo of how it could be done: