oem-config for Debian

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oem-config for Debian

Postby Schoelje » 2014-11-26 10:01

I've been searching the web but haven't found something like oem-config (which is an Ubuntu package) for Debian.

Has anybody tried oem-config on Debian, or do you know of a project that handles that for Debian?
Perhaps you know of a company that sells hardware with Debian pre-installed?
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Re: oem-config for Debian

Postby Schoelje » 2014-11-29 09:45

Okay, I'm not much of a coder, but what if I want to code this myself. What should be the logic for a live system?

I guess something like this:
  1. When running oem user, present user with installer like GUI to gather user information (user name, password, locale, etc.).
  2. Create the new user with the given information.
  3. Change locale accordingly.
  4. Create a script to run at boot/reboot once with systemd to remove the oem user (have to figure that out).

Did I miss something?
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