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Langue: en

Version: May 2008 (debian - 07/07/09)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)


di-netboot-assistant - Debian-Installer netboot assistant


di-netboot-assistant [-hv] [--verbose] [--offline] {[install image...] | [purge image...] | [rebuild-menu] } [--arch=arch]


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 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).


purge will remove a previously installed d-i netboot image, according to the image name specified.



rebuild-menu will rebuild the to level menu. It's only usefull if you have installed some client images that have such top level menu (like i386, amd64 and ia64). This command takes no argument.

-h, --help Print this message and exit

-v, --version
Print script version and exit
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's APT::Architecture).
Verbose messages
Don't download the file (simply re-extract and build menu)


di-netboot-assistant uses wget or curl to actually download the files. You can set the environnement variables accordingly.


di-netboot-assistant was written by Frank Lin PIAT <>.
Nous avons toutefois un support téléphonique que vous pouvez joindre
sans hésitation au (+32)xxxxxxxxx. Ce support téléphonique n'a pas
encore d'horaire et peut-être soit allumé, soit éteint.
-- Jayce - Dodo --