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Automate Installations with Debian Pre-Seeding (Part 2)

Carla Schroder has written the second and last part of the guide to use pre-seeding on Debian.
Read it here

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Plugging a new PC into your network, going out for a healthy walk, and returning to a completed operating system installation is one of life's little pleasures. Remember, laziness is a virtue in network administration. Hamsters spend their lives running the same circles. Network administrators automate repetitive tasks.

In last week's suspenseful installment we learned how to generate a quick 'n' dirty preseed configuration file for replicating a Debian installation, and how to perform a minimal custom installation with a USB stick. Today we'll cover how to start a network installation with either a newfangled USB stick or an oldfangled CD-ROM, or an even more antique 3.5″ diskette.

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