Could you please clarify me how to use correct Debian's preseed file?
I have a kernel version 4.15.0-20-generic (Ubuntu 18.04) and default initrd (both downloaded from official repo)
Also I have a little kickstart file and main preseed cfg file
Installation start by iPXE
I no have problems this installation, all works good and installation during fine but...
I noticed one an interesting and working rule:
it works fine, but following this logic I tried to make similar next:
after these steps /tmp/include.template will have next path:
following this logic I tried next step:
OR btw next try doesn't work too:
I would to make flexible installation via preseed file, for example single installation, single installation with custom partitioning, raid installation mirror, stripe, 5, 6, 10...
Now I'm needed to make many preseed files and wget those, but I want to have just one main preseed file with many templates
Also I have more one question
Next raid's partitioning in preseed file like as:
Could somebody clarify me, why I can't specify sda1#sdb1, sda2#sdb2... etc? If I'll do it then installation will be crashed with error. But if I make as above, then installation will be OK
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because sda1 is 1 primary partition
primary partitions can be only 4 (if it isn't GPT)
These rows ignored and installation is continue by default /dev/sda1 / ext4 100%
Also in %pre section are unavailable drives information, for example
I'm needed it that I would make flexible templates (for ssd raid or hdd (with GPT) or ssd + hdd, etc)
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You can probably tell what I want to do already from the title, so I'll sum up what I have already done real quick:
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I am trying to install Ubuntu using a preseed on a USB thumb drive, and I am having problems. Hopefully someone here is able to help me.
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