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debian-installer (20101020ubuntu318.46) trusty; urgency=medium

   * build/util/efi-image: Fix up FAT filesystem size calculation:
     - Call mkfs.msdos with -v so we can trace what it's doing.
     - We appear to need 32k headroom, not 24k; this was masked
       by rounding errors and blind luck until grub grew 1.5kB.
     - Break out the magic headroom number into 32+31 to match
       the comment and make the arithmetic more obvious to read.
     - Round file sizes up, not down, so we don't break in future.
   * Move master kernels to 3.13.0-165 for the 14.04.6 release.
   * Move lts-xenial kernels to 4.4.0-142 for the 14.04.6 release.

 -- Adam Conrad   Fri, 01 Mar 2019 11:08:45 -0700

Netboot Install (pxe) in Netboot amd64 in Trusty Daily (archived)

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Netboot i686/amd64 desktop

Ensure you have a dhcp, pxe and tftp servers running.
Ensure your pxe configuration have "lang= locale=en_US priority=critical text hostname=raring" added to the append line.
Boot using the pxe-tftp setup.
The installer should load and retrieve additional components
Type your full name (using capitals) then press Enter.
The select username page loads with a capital-less version of your first name.
Choose a username the press enter.
Type and confirm a password that is below 8 character long.
A warning that you have chosen a weak password should appear.
Select "no" then type and confirm the password you want to use.
The partition disks page should loads
Select "Guided - use entire disk".
Select the disk you would like to use.
Agree to the changes to be made.
The installer continues with the installation process (this may take a while on older hardware)
The installer prompts the installation is complete.
Select continue.
The system restarts.
Remove the installation media.
The system boots properly and ask for login credentials
Fill login credentials.
The system accepted credentials?, shows information about Ubuntu and presents a bash prompt?

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If an action fails, or produces an unexpected result, please submit a 'failed' result and file a bug. Please be sure to include the bug number when you submit your result.

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Passedjibel2019-03-04 15:19
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