Wednesday, September 21. 2005
I just implemented the code for running grml2hd in full automized mode. This means you can run:
# GRML2HD_NONINTERACTIVE=yes grml2hd
... drink some coffee and some minutes later - without any further interaction - you have a full functional linux system on your harddisk. Configuration of grml2hd is possible via /etc/grml2hd/config. You can even run pre- and post-commands to partition your harddisk automatically, run upgrades without interaction or whatever you like.
Now I will implement a bootoption 'grml2hd' which allows booting and installing grml without any further interaction right out of the box. This means it will be possible to set up a cluster of - let's say for example - 30 computers in a computer lab without any further interaction just via using grml with grml2hd and grml-terminalserver.
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