Re: Installer image for installation via ssh
On 2018-04-18, Leandro Noferini <email@example.com> wrote:
> I hoped to find something "pre-cooked".
The low-tech pre-cooked solution is to remove the hard drive from
machine A, install Debian onto the drive from machine B, and then put it
back under the proverbial cover of darkness.
This is the renown Y answer to an X question.
If not, this is the closest to "pre-cooked" I've found:
In the comment area Wojciech Gomoła opines it "works pretty good
with Debian 9.1.0."
The solution does require the headless machine to be capable of booting from
If not there's 'fai-quickstart'. Don't think it involves ssh so Owlett
would send me packing. But you're not Owlett. The directions are
somewhat on the voluminous side; so I would say it's pre-cooked, but you
have to set a rather elaborate table.
"Three prisoners were locked in a cell. When the largest of them finished his
food, he immediately ate the others. Too bad. An apostrophe in the right place
might have prevented a horrible crime." Joe Gunn