------------------ 原始邮件 ------------------ 发件人: "Arch Linux Release Engineering"<firstname.lastname@example.org>; 发送时间: 2021年7月9日(星期五) 下午4:50 收件人: "Arch Linux Release Engineering"<email@example.com>; 抄送: "Tim Meusel"<firstname.lastname@example.org>; 主题: Re: [arch-releng] RFC: Automated Install
There exists a nice solution to install different linux operating systems, installimage: * https://github.com/virtapi/installimage%C2%A0(my%C2%A0version) * https://github.com/hetzneronline/installimage%C2%A0(the%C2%A0hetzner%C2%A0ve...)
This can be executed via any live linux, for example a custom arch PXE: * https://github.com/virtapi/LARS
This utilizes the mentioned .automated_script.sh to run installimage at multiple big ISPs.
There is also a Python based API to manage DHCP, PXE and installimage configs via a web API at are processed by isc-dhcp (their ldap backend)/tftp-hpa with pxelinux/installimage * https://github.com/virtapi/marmoset
Let me know if you've questions about any of these projects. The installimage and LARS repos also have flowcharts in their README.md.
On 09.07.21 08:32, Li-Yu Yu via arch-releng wrote: > brent s. via arch-releng <email@example.com> 於 2021年7月9日 > 週五 下午2:24寫道： >> >> Hey, all. >> >> One of the things that I feel limits Arch Linux is the lack of an >> ability to kick off an unattended install. Sure, you can boot via PXE or >> the like, but the actual install does not take place. > Just FYI, maybe not what you want, but I have been sending the script= > kernel cmdline from the PXE server: > https://gitlab.archlinux.org/archlinux/archiso/-/blob/master/configs/releng/... >