Custom Image

James Devine fxmulder at
Fri Jan 30 22:08:21 UTC 2009

I solved my second question, I thought I was working from a hardy
installation to pull the dependency sources from but it was intrepid, I
switched to a hardy and that seemed to work.

Now I just need to figure out how to get the beginning list to auto-choose
english for me.

On Fri, Jan 30, 2009 at 2:14 PM, James Devine <fxmulder at> wrote:

> I am creating a custom image using the 8.04.2 image as a starting point and
> I've run into a couple of issues.
> One is that I cannot seem to find an option that will select English from
> the beginning menu.  These are the options I've tried with many variations:
> d-i languagechooser/language-name select English
> d-i countrychooser/shortlist select US
> d-i console-keymaps-at/keymap string us
> d-i languagechooser/language-name select English
> d-i languagechooser/language-name-fb select English
> d-i languagechooser/language-name-ascii select English
> d-i debian-installer/locale select en_US
> d-i debian-installer/language select en
> d-i pkgsel/language-packs select en
> d-i pkgsel/language-pack-patterns select en
> d-i pkgsel/install-language-support select en
> d-i debian-installer/country select US
> d-i debconf/language select en
> d-i apt-setup/country select United States
> d-i countrychooser/shortlist-en select US
> d-i localechooser/supported-locales select en_US
> The other is that I am trying to install subversion using pkgsel/include
> preseed option.  I was able to install tcsh fine this way by copying the dep
> file into the pool/extras folder.  I used apt-cache show subversion to
> determine the dependencies, copied those dep files into the extras folder
> but the install step fails and I don't see a way to find out why it failed.
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