Hi all,

I solved the issue by adding

d-i debian-installer/allow_unauthenticated  string true

to the preseed file.


Il 18/09/2016 02:03, Valerio ha scritto:
> Hi,
> thanks for your feedback.
> I managed to successfully to boot the .iso via memdisk but now the
> problem is that i cannot preseed the installation as the machine boots.
> I have two options:
> - either I hack the iso and set a default preseed
> - I backtrack and use the netinst installation by preseeding a local apt
> repository.
> To this regard, i used build-simple-cdd --do-mirror command on the pxe
> server in order to let the pxe client load packages from that
> repository. The problem is that in tmp/mirror/dists/jessie/ there is the
> file Release but not Release.gpg.
> Now when the debian-installer looks fro this file it blocks the client
> installation.
> Any suggestions?
> best reagrds,
> Valerio
> Il 17/09/2016 20:28, Thomas Schmitt ha scritto:
>> Hi,
>> Valerio wrote:
>>> suppose that on my PXE server I havedebian-8.5.0-amd64-CD-1.iso, [...]
>>> More generally, suppose I create my own iso (with build-simple-cdd), how
>>> can I install it via PXE?
>> I guess this is what you need:
>>   http://www.syslinux.org/wiki/index.php?title=MEMDISK
>> (I never tested it but only know it from hearsay.)
>> It says that a isohybrid ISO can be used in both roles, as "APPEND iso"
>> and as "APPEND harddisk". So you have two shots.
>> Have a nice day :)
>> Thomas

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