On Sat 05 Jul 2014 at 11:01:34 -0700, Kynn Jones wrote:One extra step after booting d-i! ..
> I already know one way to do it (which I described in my first post),
> but it is laborious and error-prone.
> Basically, I'm looking for a convenient way to tell the DebianIt can be done but not with a netinst image or CD-1. The method is
> 1. mount /dev/sdb1 (with -t vfat), and look for a preseeds file
> called preseed.cfg at the root directory of the mounted volume;
outlined in this thread.
> 2. use the settings priority=critical auto=trueIs "auto=true" an absolute requirement? Why?