I've uploaded a tarball to http://home.twcny.rr.com/nerode/neroden/debian/customization-modules.tar.gz .
I think this should explain why I split net-retriever-core from net-retriever (#389430); it's sort of dumb, but net-retriever assumes in several places that it's downloading from an official Debian repository, and gets the name of that repository from choose-mirror. For our purposes, we want to be able to download from an arbitrary repository. Everything for customization-modules is done in a fairly blunt and direct manner. I think the floppy option has the best chance of working out of the box. I think the net option is pretty likely to work, except for the automatic use of a proxy. I'm not so sure about the more complicated CD option, because of the unmounting and remounting. I'm not at all sure whether I got the Depends: line right. No testing has been done yet, because I'm still struggling with the installer image building process. :/ So there may be stupid bugs. Hopefully I'll manage to do testing soon. In the meantime, anyone who wants to improve this, go for it. -- Nathanael Nerode <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Read it and weep. http://rawstory.com/news/2005/Text_of_Gore_speech_0116.html
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