live and install in one CD?
I liked guideline 3!
I personally don't see the point in porting d-i or g-i to the live system...
Not sure what ubiquity does exactly... but surly we only wnat one way
to install debian: d-i.
What might be good is a GUI that build preseed files. Then launch d-i
using kexec after appending the generated preseed file to the d-i
Just a thought
On 04/01/07, Daniel Baumann <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Jimmy wrote:
> > A Live CD with an "Install Me" Icon on the Desktop, like other distro's
> > are doing would be real sweet.
> While the last half year, we spoke several times about that on IRC. The
> current state is:
> * g-i could be, theoretically, recompiled to be used as a normal
> 'stand-alone' application. This will be one of the next things
> focused right after etch release, needs cooperation with the g-i
> developer (afaik, g-i needs to some little works so that it is
> possible), Marco has made contact there.
> * independent of g-i, I or somebody other I don't remeber from IRC
> will look about the integration of the ubiquity installer from Ubuntu
> in Debian.
> These two possiblities above will install a 'regular' Debian system.
> Independent of these two things, I'd like to have a small script that
> just copies the live system to the harddisk and 'undo the live specific'
> things. This will need some cooperation with d-i team. More about that
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