Offline install seems to need manual invoke of "apt-cdrom add"
When installing from my self created iso with live-installer, the
installer is complaining about:
"The 'grub-pc' package failed to install into /target/."
I need to execute a shell, chroot into "/target/" and invoke "apt-cdrom
add" in order to continue the installation.
Am I missing something?
My live build system is a debian unstable on amd64. I use live-build
version 3.0~a40-1. My auto/config looks like this:
lb config noauto \
--distribution wheezy \
--debian-installer live \
--debian-installer-distribution daily \
--architectures i386 \
--linux-flavours 486 \
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