On 13 October 2016 at 13:18, Marcus Brubaker via talk <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'm involved in a start-up which has developed software to run on Ubuntu
> Linux . We're currently looking to sell "appliance" servers with the
> software pre-installed. We want to streamline the installation process by
> building a custom install ISO which uses our required partitioning scheme
> and installs some additional drivers and software that are not available on
> the base image.
I'm not really sure if this is a solution but if all of your hardware
is the same across your devices, you could simply use "dd" to create a
base image from your first working device and then after copying
update the files that need to be different between the machines (the
primary one being the SSH keys). That's what I did when I had to
install the same OS and software across 100 machines.
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