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NAME


di-netboot-assistant - Debian-Installer netboot assistant

SYNOPSIS


di-netboot-assistant [-h] [--version] [--verbose] [--offline] {[install image...] |
[uninstall image...] | [uncache image...] | [purge image...] | [rebuild-menu] }
[--arch=arch] [--di-args=ARGS] [--target-args=ARGS] [--alias=alias]

DESCRIPTION


di-netboot-assistant is a simple tool to download and extract latest debian installer
netboot images.

Unless the -h, --help, -V, or --version option is given, one of the commands below must be
present.

install
install is followed by a repository name desired for installation. The repository name
has to be one of those declared in /etc/di-netboot-assistant/di-sources.list. The
image will be installed/extracted in the default location (declared in
/etc/di-netboot-assistant/di-netboot-assistant.conf).

uninstall
uninstall is followed by the name of the repository to be uninstalled (or the
repository's alias if you used --alias=). The netboot files related to that
distribution will be removed from the TFTP server.

uncache
uncache will clean the cached files for the given netboot image. You must specify a
repository name (not an --alias= name).

purge
purge is followed by a repository name desired for installation. purge is identical to
running uninstall then uncache for a given repository.

rebuild-menu
rebuild-menu will rebuild the top level menu. It's only useful if you have modified
di-netboot-assistant.conf and you are using some client images that have top level
menu (like i386, amd64 and ia64). This command takes no argument.

OPTIONS


-h, --help Print this message and exit

-v, --version
Print script version and exit

--alias=alias
Specify the alias name under wich this repository will be saved. Alias names can
only contain alphanumeric, "_" and "-" characters. This is especially useful for
daily images. By default, the alias name is the same as the repository name.

--arch=arch
Specify the architecture you want to install or purge. The architecture you can use
for the install action must be declared in
/etc/di-netboot-assistant/di-sources.list. The architecture you can use for purge
action in one of those you previously installed ! The usable architectures can be
listed by leaving --arch= empty. The default architecture is the current one (as
reported by dpkg --print-architecture).

--verbose
Verbose messages

--di-args="ARGS"
Debian-Installer boot arguments. The specified arguments will be *appended* to the
one provided in the downloaded image, before the "--". (You can also define
DI_ARGS= in di-netboot-assistant.conf).

--target-args="ARGS"
Boot arguments for the target (installed) system. The specified arguments will be
*appended* to the one provided in the downloaded image, at the very end of the
line. (You can also define TARGET_ARGS= in di-netboot-assistant.conf).

--offline
Don't download the files (use the files cached previously).

EXAMPLES


To install a netboot image for the stable repository, for the default architecture.
di-netboot-assistant install stable

To list the installed netboot image that can removed.
di-netboot-assistant purge

To remove a netboot image for the stable repository, for the default architecture.
di-netboot-assistant purge stable

EXIT CODE


0 Successful program execution.

1 An error occured. (note that purge doesn't fail if the specified repository doesn't
exists).

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