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Hi I've written a script which restores some data I need on my computer. I'd like to use it whenever the computer crashes. Now I can install Debian and run ...
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    Edit boot cd debian


    Hi

    I've written a script which restores some data I need on my computer. I'd like to use it whenever the computer crashes. Now I can install Debian and run the script afterwards. But how can I make it go automated? I think I need to add 'my script' to the bootcd of Debian the way it starts up the moment that Debian is installed. Does somebody knows a good guide to add a script to a Debian boot cd and customize the boot disk so that it can do a full installe without any interaction?

    Thanks already!

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    I'd check out the knoppix hacks book, since knoppix is a live debian cd it may contain some insight for you. btw, its a really ****ing cool read.
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