NAMEoem-config-firstboot - run oem-config on first boot after shipping to end user
[--debug ] [--automatic ]
DESCRIPTIONperforms some minor set-up before calling oem-config8 (possibly via oem-config-dm8) to ask configuration questions of the end user. It will call oem-config8 up to five times until it succeeds (exiting zero). If it succeeds, it will clean up the temporary OEM configuration user created during initial installation, and arrange for not to be run again. If it fails every time, it will drop to a shell to help the end user fix things up.
is suitable for calling from an init script, and is not intended to be run directly by users.
The following options are available:
- -d , --debug
Run in debugging mode, sending verbose information to
that may be useful to developers.
Note that passwords will be logged in debugging mode!
In debugging mode, will only try to run oem-config8 once, and will not provide a panic shell on failure.
- Run in automatic mode, read a preseed file, quietly apply all preseeded values and do not ask any questions for already preseeded answers. If the option automatic-oem-config is set on the kernel command line at boot time, this option is used automatically.
AUTHORAn Colin Watson Aq email@example.com
An -nosplit oem-config is copyright © 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 An Canonical Ltd . , and copyright © 2006, 2007 An Anirudh Ramesh . See the GNU General Public License version 2 or later for copying conditions. A copy of the GNU General Public License is available in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL