cdebconf, --> INPUT medium debian-installer/main-menu; <-- 30 Question skipped
--> INPUT medium debian-installer/main-menu
<-- 30 Question skipped
<-- 0 OK
--> GET debian-installer/main-menu
This was with DEBCONF_FRONTEND set to noninteractive (which
essentially just sets "interactive" to 0, so that commands.c
sees it as not visible, hence the question skipped.
What happens to the default I put into the template though ?
I was thinking that it would take my default and act on it.
Am I totally misguided ? or only partially ?
This is towards making a non-interactive installer (for clusters).
Though I am thinking I will have to just make dhcp be a default
action on startup, but I would still like to try and make
my installer as much as possible conformant to the
new debian-installer system (which I am aware is in still being developed,
ie. not yet developed fully).