Quoting Colin Whittaker (grimnar at redbrick.dcu.ie):
> Monkey place cd in drive
> power cycle
> box installs itself with out user intervention
> I can then log in via ssh and finish off install etc..
> At some point onsite monkey has to remove the cd form drive
> proably prior to finishing the installs
That's pretty darned automated. ;->
You could probably do it with a sufficiently hardware-uniform
set of PCs by having a CDR with Linux kernel whose init process
is a script that dd's a pre-made hard disk image into place, and
then runs a chrooted lilo, umounts and ejects the CD, and reboots.
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