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Automate ubuntu Installation via USB

Posted on 2014-02-25
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Hello There,

Is there any way to automate an Ubuntu installation, by just inserting a USB along with it's ISO image, thus the installation should not prompt for any manual intervention.

Is that possible?

Thanks.
Puspharaj
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You need to create a preseed config like explained here.
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Installation is just one part. Probably you might want to have central management of systems in form of landscape or spacewalk right after...
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