Alternate Automated Resize Drive (d-i/debian-installer package)
Debian-Installer Resize Drive
Case ID: dri-001
- Boot the alternate image from a CD or USB Key
Select a language for the menu and press Enter
Select Install Ubuntu and press Enter
Select a location for the install and press Enter
Select the origin of the keyboard and press Enter The default for you location and language should already be selected.
Select the layout you wish to use on the keyboard and press Enter The default for you location and language should already be selected.
Add a hostname for the machine and press Enter
Type in your name and press Enter
Add a username and press Enter
Add a password and press Enter
Confirm your password and press Enter. If you entered a weak password, confirm that you want to keep it or select no and enter a stronger one.
Select No for encrypted home directory and press Enter
- Verify that the pre-selected time zone is correct or select your time zone
Select Guided - resize "drive details" and use freed space and press Enter
Select Yes to the notice and press Enter to write changes to disk
The default is 50% of the drive do press Enter
- Sub test case 1: Repeat the test case and select the minimum size for the partition
- Sub test case 2: Repeat the test case and select the maximum size for the partition
Note the changes that will be made and verify that it corresponds to what you requested. Select Yes to accept the changes and press Enter
Input http proxy info or press Enter
Wait for a while The install may seem like it has locked at a percentage but is actually working in the background. You can check and see if it is working by switching to tty3 (alt + f4).
Select Yes to install grub boot loader to master boot record and press Enter
Select Yes to setting your clock to utc and press Enter
Remove the cd and press Enter
- This will then reboot the machine log in and check the desktop is installed
- Allow the machine to reboot, login and check the system installed correctly.