Equivalent of Red Hat's kickstart or SUSE's AutoYAST?

Senectus . senectus at gmail.com
Thu Jan 5 05:14:54 UTC 2006

On 1/5/06, Carlos A. Carnero Delgado <carloscarnero at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi there!
> after several weeks of testing Ubuntu Server 5.10, I am very pleased
> with it. Now, I'm ready for the next batch of tests. Problem is that I
> need to install it on several hundred machines with the very same
> hardware specs.
> Is there something for Ubuntu like Red Hat's kickstart or SUSE's AutoYAST?
> Oh, one more thing; in this particular setup, disk cloning wouldn't
> work. Everything is Intel-based.

One of the Uni's over here in Perth Western Australia made "Ubuntu on Tap" :-)
I'm sure they're using scripts/methods similar to what you want.

BTW why would disk cloning not work on intel based machines? I've used
it on mine without issue..

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