I created a custom Arch distro iso with
Archiso and I wrote an installation script that prompts the user for input for install options. So far, the installation process is:
- boot the arch iso
execute the installation script with:
input when prompted
Your typical-user-friendly-installer boots right to the installer and gets going. I'd like to do that by having
./install.sh run automatically instead of being executed by the user, so that step #2 is eliminated.
if I understand correctly, the arch iso gets the user to a terminal via a systemd service that calls
/sbin/agetty. I think I either need to modify or replace that service to make it something that calls my script, but I'm not sure how to go about that, or if this is even close to the right approach.
What's the proper way to boot to an installer script on a distro live CD?