Amazing! I have forget so quickly, year ago I have struggle on the same
problem, caused by same mistake - driver files and directories are
unreadable for "other" :( Sorry about bothering!
Other quick question. Where I can set "workgroup to join" to have no
stopped by question about it?
> Dear list!
> Recently I have decide rebuild my unattended deployment system, now on
> Debian Squeeze (stable). I have download unattended using svn from trunk/.
> There is something changed with using driver pack. Using prepare script,
> driver packages are downloaded to unattended/install/drivers. I have
> extracted to the same place drivers and run script
> $./search-win-drivers.pl -g -d ../drivers/ >
> When I have restart installation on a test box, I have realized that
> drivers still doesn't install :( I look at cache file closer, and I found
> a remark:
> # ** THIS OUTPUT should be saved into file:
> # **
> I'm confusing, where the extracted drivers and cache file should reside
> exactly? Under "unattended/install/dosbin/" directory no subdirectory
> called "drivers".
> I have checked out my old installation, the driver packs "7z", extracted
> drivers (under subdirs 3run/, C/, G/m etc. and cache file is under
> directory "unattended/install/drivers" and it was works for me. But the
> remark in the cache file also point to directory under "dosbin".
> Could some one help me to figure out where files for now should be, and
> how this directory should look like?
> Thanks for advance
> PS: May be some one interesting in it. I does not install Debian's
> preferred DHCP server and tftp server, but build a fully functioning
> busybox, and using udhcp and inetd applets. The advantage of this, that
> really the dhcp server used by Debian from ISC is very strickt, I can not
> configure it to forget about predefined ethernet addresses (before do
> anything with installation I was forced to watch up the ethernet address
> of the box).
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