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Re: Mass install / Autoinstall (Was: Re: Debian vs Red Hat??? I need info.)



Well it's funny you brought that up because I was considering just making
one huge rpm of debian and then using kickstart.  Kickstart is a part of
Red Hat's install, Anaconda, not really an rpm but I get your point.

-jeremy

> If kickstart is a red hat package, you can install it on debian using alien.
> Then you can use red hat's kickstart to install debian. :)
> 
> At 01:55 PM 5/18/00 -0400, Jeremy Hansen wrote:
> >Most of the answers I've been getting on this subject seem like total
> >hacks, which may work but really are tricks to doing this.  I was really
> >looking for something within debian that's built to do "kickstart" type
> >installations.
> >
> >Although what you suggest may work, it leave little flexibility between
> >machines and also takes a lot more work then I was hoping to do.
> 
> Only for the initial setup.  Once your base install is made, a few scripts
> written, it can become 100% automatic.  It's just not 100% automatic out of
> the box.
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