Hi Stephan having a screen missing, and an entry menu named "automated install" that does nothing different from the regular "install" pretty looks like a bug to me. I'm not even talking about an incompatible preseed file.
bests J.G. On Sat, Oct 15, 2016 at 4:34 PM, Stephan Beck <sb...@secure.mailbox.org> wrote: > Hi, > > John Gathm: > > Hi > > > > just not running anything. > > Just discovering that a behavior of previous Debian installer is either > > broken or has been removed, and asking if others see the same behavior. > > > > Will report a bug. > > > > J.G > > well, I gave you the info so that you were able to see that the > documentation is *aware of the fact* that from wheezy installer to > jessie installer things have changed, and therefore it's probable that > you run into issues here. You are always free to file a bug, but you can > also check if there has been a documented change in (1), that might > affect your installation process. > > Quote: > 3.1.2. Automated installation > > Some changes mentioned in the previous section also imply changes > in the support in the installer for automated installation using > preconfiguration files. This means that if you have existing > preconfiguration files that worked with the wheezy installer, you > cannot expect these to work with the new installer without > modification. > > The Installation Guide (https://www.debian.org/releases/jessie/ > installmanual) has an updated separate appendix with extensive > documentation on using preconfiguration. > > It was Section 3.1.2 of Jessie's release notes, not 3.2, as I > erroneously stated in my previous mail. > > Cheers, > > Stephan > > (1) https://www.debian.org/devel/debian-installer/News/ > >