I want to make an Debian or Ubuntu unattended ISO, for my FOG server - to boot up system installation via LAN. I've searched over the internet but I didn't found nothing, which will be adequate for me.
Creating an unattended Ubuntu install consists of the following steps:
See http://www.linuxuser.co.uk/tutorials/unattended-ubuntu-installations for more details.
I want to avoid making own ISO file for each distribution and each new release. On my FOG server I've unpacked whole Debian ISO, and added code below to pxeboot.cfg/default
After booting this - there's no question about language, keyboard etc. (success!) BUT i have another problem - when I boot up this - it tells, that "No common CD-ROM drive was detected". I don't want to use CD-ROM, all files for installation must be loaded from FOG server.
Is there any other method to tell the installator, that all installation files are on pxe boot server?