debian-stable-setup.sh [ options ] USER
-h print details -b basic setup (console only) -p PKG_LIST install packages from PKG_LIST
Post-install setup of a machine running Debian stable release for (existing) USER ‘foo’ …
sudo ./debian-stable-setup.sh foo
Install packages from ‘pkg-list’ …
sudo ./debian-stable-setup.sh -p pkg-list foo
Script debian-stable-setup.sh is ideally run immediately following the first successful boot into your new Debian installation.
Building on a minimal install the system will be configured to track Debian’s stable release. A choice of either …
1) a basic console setup; or 2) a more complete setup which includes the i3 tiling window manager plus a packages collection suitable for a workstation; or 3) install the same list of packages as PKG_LIST
… will be installed.
0. Install program folder on target machine.
config and (optional) enable settings. All settings are disabled by default.
2. Run program!