Re: Graphical installer (for USB install)
On 23:54 Fri 04 Jun , Jason Heeris wrote:
> A while ago I created a USB stick to install Debian from, as per  —
> I seem to recall I needed to get the graphical installer from the
> "gtk" subdirectory to get the graphical install mode (of course).
> Indeed it's still there for Lenny . But when I tried to create a
> more up-to-date version just now, I noticed there's no such subdir for
> Squeeze .
> I already have the debian-testing-amd64-netinst.iso, but using the
> normal vmlinuz/initrd.gz combo only brings up the text mode installer
> — even with a syslinux.cfg containing:
> default vmlinuz
> append initrd=initrd.gz video=vesa:ywrap,mtrr vga=792
> ...so what do I need to get for a fancy GTK looking installer?
I don't know if you are doing a build from the debian-installer package...
But the graphical install is not working right now in squeeze/testing, there is
a working version in unstable. This is due to a migration from framebuffer to X.
If you want a graphical d-i I suggest you to build it in an unstable chroot or
taking a daily-generated image from the d-i svn.
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