The bootstrap-installer udeb is responsible for calling debootstrap to
install the base system, as well as selecting and installing a kernel.
The base-installer udeb provides a framework that can be used by
alternative udebs that install the base system in other ways. A simplified
example of using this framework:
Each architecture must define the following functions in kernel/$ARCH.sh:
Prints a string describing the flavour of kernel to install. This can be
in whatever scheme you like; it just has to be in sync with the other
architecture-specific functions, where it's used.
May expect $ARCH and $SUBARCH to be set to the architecture and
base-installer regression test interface
This test suite attempts to test base-installer's per-architecture kernel
selection, using a few shims. Run it using 'make test' in the
base-installer/kernel/ directory or './runtests <architecture>' in the
Individual tests consist of a .test file in the appropriate per-archi
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* Add POWER7 to the powerpc64 family. (Close
* Use different waypoints on the progress bar for cdrom and network installs.
base-installer is written by Tollef Fog Heen <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This package is under the GNU Ge
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