I have finished setting up an automated, daily test of the first stage debian-edu install using bochs. The install runs for 3 hours overnight, so I can run at most 3 of them a day. Currently it selects main-server, and it stops after the base system is installed. I suspect that a full install of debian-edu in bochs would take more than 1 day. So the real value of this test is that we can at least know that the debian-installer part of the installation is working on the debian-edu CD, without testing it by hand every day. The log of the install (along with some others) is here: http://people.debian.org/~joeyh/d-i/test-logs.html If you're interested in setting up your own automated install in bochs: 0. Install screen, expect, and bochs. 1. svn co svn://svn.debian.org/d-i/trunk/scripts/digress 2. svn co svn://svn.debian.org/d-i/people/joeyh/autoinstall 2. Edit autoinstall/schemes/bochs/debian-edu and set BOCHS_CD to point to the path of the CD image to test. 3. Run the test: DI_TESTDIR=autoinstall digress/test-harness bochs debian-edu -- see shy jo  On a 2.7 ghz celeron. Bochs == slow.  A bit more expect coding will be needed to let it select others easily.
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