If you are using initrd preseeding, you only have to make sure a file named preseed.cfg is included in the root directory of the initrd. The installer will automatically check if this file is present and load it.
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B.2.Â Using preseeding
your own preconfiguration file is available from ../example-preseed.txt . This file is based on the configuration fragments included in this appendix. B.2.1.Â Loading the preconfiguration file <span>If you are using initrd preseeding, you only have to make sure a file named preseed.cfg is included in the root directory of the initrd. The installer will automatically check if this file is present and load it. For the other preseeding methods you need to tell the installer what file to use when you boot it. This is normally done by passing the kernel a boot parameter, either manually at boot