FWIW https://github.com/CanonicalLtd/subiquity/pull/789 will allow you
to open a shell when connecting via SSH.

I think you will need to have early-commands that use chzdev to activate
the drive you want to use before you can use it? We should add more
explicit support for device activation (possibly to the extent of
automatically activating devices referenced by the config) but it's not
done yet.

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  [UBUNTU 20.04] Subiquity installer cannot find dasd device

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