Quoting Gavin McCullagh (ilug_gmc at fiachra.ucd.ie):
> Google first and ask questions later ;)
Please be aware that the referenced e-mail is Joey Hess answering a
question about how to modify "debian-installer", which is the
next-generation installer package being beta-tested for the sarge
release. debian-installer is reportedly pretty darned good (on maybe
two or three of Debian's 11 supported architectures, so far), but it
Scott Kveton's instructions, which I referred you to separately, explain
how to make a custom netinst image (or rather, modify an existing one)
that uses the traditional Debian (3.0/woody) installation framework.
Alternatively, I guess you could do likewise with Morphix or such, but I
have even less knowledge of that. ;->
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