Unified Installation Creator uic is a toolkit build on top of debootstrap that allows to automate the creation of customized command line Linux installations based on Debian-Derived distributions. It is able to create life distributions as well as install a customized distribution on a target system. It is mainly intended as a toolkit for system administrators who have often to install Linux servers with particular, repeating characteristics.

uic_detach - manpage

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NAME

uic_detach - detaches a partition or directory from the specified installation environment

SYNOPSIS

uic_detach [−hv] [ −p <umount params> ] [ <environment_path> ]

DESCRIPTION

uic_detach detaches a partition or directory previously attached from the specified unified installation environment so that all subsequent creation and customization operations will occur in the same filesystem the installation environment is located.

<environment_path> can be omitted if the command is launched from within the environment directory. Otherwise it can be:

-

an absolute path to the environment directory (e.g.: /home/leo/netpoldo-1404-32)

-

a path to the environment directory relative to the current directory

-

a path to the environment directory relative to the default working path (usually /usr/src)

OPTIONS

−h, −−help

shows the help for the command.

−v, −−verbose

increases the verbosity level of the command. If specified more than once, the verbosity level will be increased.

−p, −−umount-params

full set of parameters to pass to the umount command. The set must be quoted in order to be recognized.

EXAMPLES

uic_detach −v

detaches the previously attached filesystem from the unified installation environment in the current directory and shows verbose output.

uic_detach −vv −p "−f" /root/netpoldo/netpoldo-1404-32

detaches the previously attached filesystem from the unified installation environment in /root/netpoldo/netpoldo-1404-32 by passing the parameter −f to the umount command and shows very verbose output.

FILES

/etc/uic.conf

uic configuration file. See uic.conf (8)

<template>/uictpl.conf

template definition and configuration file. See uic.files (7)

<template>/hooks

template hook scripts directory See uic.hooks (7)

<template>/files

directory of files to add to the installation. See uic.files (7)

<template>/files.remove

list of files to remove from the installation. See uic.files (7)

<template>/build

directory of additional files used during the build steps. See uic.files (7)

AUTHOR

uic was written by Leo Moll <leo.moll@yeasoft.com>

SEE ALSO

uic(7), uic_attach(7). uic_build(7), uic_clean(7), uic_create(7), uic_enter(7), uic_get(7), uic_install(7), uic_pack(7), uic_purge(7), uic_upgrade(7), uic.files(7), uic.hooks(7), uic.conf(7)

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