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Re: Non-interactive installation

On Tue, Nov 24, 1998 at 06:37:49PM +0100, Rafael Laboissiere wrote:
> Where can I find information about non-interactive installation of
> Debian (if there is any)?  I am particularly interested in installing a
> standard, predefined set of packages on several machines without having
> to go through dselect.

You dont have to go through dselect. You can use --get-selection and
--set-seelction to copy the selections from one system to another. You can
even use "apt-get install <pack1> <pack2> ..."

The Poblem with this is not the install but the configuration. There is no
current complete solution. The deb-wall sub-project has set up a expect
script which is able to install/configure a given mini set of packets. You
can use that script for futher work, until this real problem is solved.


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