Provided by: systemimager-server_3.2.3-3_all
mkautoinstallcd - generate a bootable iso image for autoinstalling
mkautoinstallcd [ -help ] [ -version ] [ -arch ARCH ] [ -out-file PATH
] [ -flavor FLAVOR ] [ -kernel PATH ] [ -initrd PATH ] [ -append STRING
] [ -quiet ]
This manual page documents briefly the mkautoinstallcd command.
mkautoinstallcd creates an iso image which can be used to boot an
autoinstall client and initiate an autoinstall.
A summary of options is included below.
-help Show summary of options
Display version and copyright information.
Create a CD image for autoinstallclients of this architecture.
Defaults to the architecture of the host on which
mkautoinstallcd is being run.
Name of the file that will hold the resulting ISO image. (Not
to worry, this will only be about 3 MB in size.)
The flavor of the boot package to use. If this option is not
specified, you will be asked to choose a flavor from the
available list interactively.
Specify an alternate initial ramdisk to use. This is rarely
useful, but may be necessary in some cases (e.g. needing to add
more special files in /dev). See the SystemImager manual for
instructions on creating a custom initial ramdisk.
This option allows you to pass options to the autoinstall
kernel. For example, to tell the kernel to use ttyS3 as the
-quiet Don’t print any output, just provide an appropriate exit code.
More details can be found in the SystemImager manual.
This manual page was compiled by dann <<firstname.lastname@example.org>> for the
Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
11 November 2004 MKAUTOINSTALLCD(8)