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Re: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Installations CD?=



On Tue, Oct 29, 2002 at 12:14:44PM +0100, Daniel Swärd wrote:
> Finns det nån guide/howto om hur man tar en Debiandist och fixar egna
> installationsskivor?
> 
> Tänkte försöka slänga ihop en version av Woody som includerar specifika
> inställningar för att få det att fungera med systemet jag satt upp det här.
> 
> Tänkte försöka slänga med nåt verktyg för att ändra partitionsstorlekar (i
> försök att frälsa de som tyvärr har windowspartitioner (som naturligtvis
> inte behöver alla GIG...)).

PGI kanske? Dock är det x86 only (möjligtvis IA64 också). Men du pratar
ju om windowspartitioner så det skall väl inte vara något problem?

Package: pgi
Description: Progeny graphical installer creation system
 This package contains PGI, a multi-architecture graphical installer creation
 system for Debian GNU/Linux originally developed by Progeny Linux Systems,
 Inc., for their Debian-based "Progeny Debian" operating system.
 .
 This package enables the user to create ISO images containing a bootable
 installer (PGI) which guides the user through the steps of installation.  The
 installer supports text and graphical installation modes.  PGI runs
 debootstrap to install a minimal Debian system to the target filesystem(s),
 sets up a boot loader (if the installing user requests), and uses the
 pivot_root() system call to "boot" into the installed system.  ISO images may
 be generated with complete or partial Debian package archives, or with the
 the installer only (useful for network-only installs, which PGI supports.)
 .
 PGI is extensible and customizable.  Two example extensions are provided with
 this package; one uses the base-config package, while the other configures
 the installed system using the X-based Configlet system.
 .
 Two manuals are provided as part of this package.  "Creating Debian
 Installers with PGI" documents the setup and configuration of a PGI-based
 installer ISO in detail.  "Using the PGI Debian Installer" is an example of a
 PGI user's manual.  Those creating custom installers with PGI will want to
 update the user's manual for their target audience.

-- 
Peter Mathiasson, peter at mathiasson dot nu, http://www.mathiasson.nu
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