Contributed by jcr on from the Unattended-Consequences dept.
CVSROOT: /cvs Module name: src Changes by: email@example.com 2013/10/27 16:36:06 Modified files: distrib/miniroot: dot.profile install.sub Log message: Unattended installation using DHCP and a response file For a completely unattended installation bsd.rd has to be netbooted, a DHCP server must be running and provide "next-server", which will be used to fetch "http://<next-server>/install.conf". The format of the response file is a list of "<key> = <value>" pairs where <key> is a substring of the interactive question (case-insensitive) and <value> is what would be entered interactively. Minimal response file example: system hostname = openbsd password for root account = <...> network interfaces = re0 IPv4 address for re0 = dhcp server? = <...> This is a starting point, it still a bit rough. ok krw@, many improvements by halex@
This is a work in progress, and as such, is neither feature-complete nor bug-free. If you think you could use this in your environment (I know I can!), then please give it a go, with the understanding that it's a bit of a moving target, and there are "More changes coming."
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