5. Propuestas de BlueSock

BlueSock es una empresa española que está haciendo una distribución denominada BSLinux y basada en Debian GNU/Linux. Esta empresa ha desarrollado un sistema de instalación muy potente que, a bajo nivel, utiliza XML. Todo el desarrollo se está haciendo bajo la licencia GPL.

5.1. Particionador de BlueSock

La parte del desarrollo que interesa, a priori, a metadistros es su herramienta de particionado. Esta se basa en el programa parted y hace uso de XML internamente. Debido a como está diseñada la herramienta, se puede modificar la tabla de particiones de equipos vía red, no sólo aquellos en los cuales se esté ejecutando.

Las imágenes que se muestran a continuación, muestran el frontend basado en QT, que utiliza esta herramienta de particionado en la distribución BSLinux.

Particionador de BlueSock - imagen 1 -

Particionador de BlueSock - imagen 1 -

Particionador de BlueSock - imagen 2 -

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Particionador de BlueSock - imagen 3 -

Particionador de BlueSock - imagen 3 -

5.2. Uso de XML para distintas partes de la distribución

Otra de las características interesantes de esta distribución, es su uso del XML para distintas partes del sistema, como pueden ser: archivos de configuración, archivos del sistema de instalación, etc.

Los ejemplos que se muestran a continuación son archivos obtenidos de BSLinux 1.0 Personal del día 6 de febrero de 2003. De ellos se puede desprender como se puede aprovechar el XML para estas tareas.

5.2.1. installation_locate.xml

Configuración de la “localización” del sistema. El archivo se denomina installation_locate.xml.

<countries>

<!-- we order the country by language, but this is just a way, not mean
to be strict, just to look for the country name faster later -->
<!-- English speaking countries -->
<country>
	<name>England</name>
	<language>English</language>
	<keyboard-layout>U.S English</keyboard-layout>
	<GMT></GMT>
</country>

<country>
	<name>United States</name>
	<language>English</language>
	<keyboard-layout>U.S English</keyboard-layout>
	<GMT></GMT>
</country>

<country>
	<name>Spain</name>
	<language>Español</language>
	<keyboard-layout>Spain (es)</keyboard-layout>
	<GMT></GMT>
</country>

<country>
	<name>Japan</name>

	<language>日本語</language>
	<keyboard-layout>Japan (jp)</keyboard-layout>
	<GMT></GMT>
</country>

<language>
	<name>English</name>
	<encoding>iso-8859-1</encoding>
	<dir></dir>
</language>

<language>
	<name>Español</name>
	<encoding>iso-8859-1</encoding>
	<dir></dir>
</language>

<language>
	<name>日本語</name>
	<encoding>iso-2202</encoding>
	<dir></dir>
</language>

</countries>

5.2.2. configurerConfig.xml

Archivo generado por el configurer de CoolBlue. El archivo se denomina configurerConfig.xml.

<?xml version = '1.0' encoding = 'UTF-8' ?>
<AUTOMATICALLY_GENERATED_XML>
	<version>0.1</version>
	<global>
		<distro>
			<name>BSLinux</name>
			<version>1.0</version>
			<codenamed>kenny</codenamed>
			<date>??-??-2002</date>
		</distro>
		<paths>
			<source>
				<base>/target/</base>
				<lists>var/lib/apt/lists/</lists>
				<packages>var/cache/apt/archives/</packages>
			</source>
			<target>
				<base>/target/</base>
				<dpkg>var/lib/dpkg/</dpkg>
			</target>
		</paths>
		<architecture>i386</architecture>
		<suite>kenny/</suite>
	</global>
	<fstab>
		<header>#
# Automatically generated by configurer from CoolBlue.
#
# /etc/fstab: static file system information.
#
# &lt;file system&gt;	&lt;mount point&gt;	&lt;type&gt;	&lt;options&gt;		&lt;dump&gt;	&lt;pass&gt;</header>
		<filesystems>
			<filesystem>
				<name>reiserfs</name>
				<options>
					<option>defaults</option>
				</options>
			</filesystem>
			<filesystem>
				<name>ext3</name>
				<options>
					<option>errors=remount-ro</option>
				</options>
			</filesystem>
			<filesystem>
				<name>ext2</name>
				<options>
					<option>errors=remount-ro</option>
				</options>
			</filesystem>
			<filesystem>
				<name>linux-swap</name>
				<options>
					<option>pri=1</option>
				</options>
			</filesystem>
			<filesystem>
				<name>xfs</name>
				<options>
					<option>defaults</option>
				</options>
			</filesystem>
			<filesystem>
				<name>ntfs</name>
				<options>
					<option>ro</option>
					<option>noauto</option>
					<option>user</option>
					<option>umask=022</option>
				</options>
			</filesystem>
			<filesystem>
				<name>nfs</name>
				<options>
					<option>rw</option>
					<option>rsize=8192</option>
					<option>wsize=8192</option>
					<option>nolock</option>
				</options>
			</filesystem>
			<filesystem>
				<name>proc</name>
				<options>
					<option>defaults</option>
				</options>
			</filesystem>
			<filesystem>
				<name>devpts</name>
				<options>
					<option>defaults</option>
				</options>
			</filesystem>
			<filesystem>
				<name>usbdevfs</name>
				<options>
					<option>noauto</option>
				</options>
			</filesystem>
		</filesystems>
		<devices>
			<device>
				<name>cdrom</name>
				<options>
					<option>ro</option>
					<option>noauto</option>
					<option>user</option>
					<option>exec</option>
				</options>
			</device>
			<device>
				<name>dvd</name>
				<options>
					<option>ro</option>
					<option>noauto</option>
					<option>user</option>
					<option>exec</option>
				</options>
			</device>
			<device>
				<name>floppy</name>
				<options>
					<option>noauto</option>
					<option>user</option>
					<option>sync</option>
				</options>
			</device>
			<device>
				<name>tape</name>
			</device>
			<device>
				<name>zip</name>
			</device>
		</devices>
	</fstab>
	<lilo>
		<sections>
			<section name="header">
				<doc># /etc/lilo.conf - See: `lilo(8)&apos; and `lilo.conf(5)&apos;,
# ---------------       `install-mbr(8)&apos;, `/usr/share/doc/lilo/&apos;,
#                       and `/usr/share/doc/mbr/&apos;.

# +---------------------------------------------------------------+
# |                        !! Reminder !!                         |
# |                                                               |
# | Don&apos;t forget to run `lilo&apos; after you make changes to this     |
# | conffile, `/boot/bootmess.txt&apos;, or install a new kernel.  The |
# | computer will most likely fail to boot if a kernel-image      |
# | post-install script or you don&apos;t remember to run `lilo&apos;.      |
# |                                                               |
# +---------------------------------------------------------------+
</doc>
			</section>
			<section name="lba32">
				<doc># Support LBA for large hard disks.
#
</doc>
			</section>
			<section name="boot">
				<doc># Specifies the boot device.  This is where Lilo installs its boot
# block.  It can be either a partition, or the raw device, in which
# case it installs in the MBR, and will overwrite the current MBR.
#
</doc>
				<value>@[email protected]</value>
			</section>
			<section name="message">
				<doc># You can put a customized boot message up if you like.  If you use
# `prompt&apos;, and this computer may need to reboot unattended, you
# must specify a `timeout&apos;, or it will sit there forever waiting
# for a keypress.  `single-key&apos; goes with the `alias&apos; lines in the
# `image&apos; configurations below.  eg: You can press `1&apos; to boot
# `Linux&apos;, `2&apos; to boot `LinuxOLD&apos;, if you uncomment the `alias&apos;.
#
</doc>
				<value>@[email protected]</value>
			</section>
			<section name="root">
				<doc># Specifies the device that should be mounted as root. (`/&apos;)
#
</doc>
				<value>@[email protected]</value>
			</section>
			<section name="compact">
				<doc># Enable map compaction:
# Tries to merge read requests for adjacent sectors into a single
# read request. This drastically reduces load time and keeps the
# map smaller.  Using `compact&apos; is especially recommended when
# booting from a floppy disk.  It is disabled here by default
# because it doesn&apos;t always work.
#
</doc>
			</section>
			<section name="install">
				<doc># Installs the specified file as the new boot sector
#
</doc>
				<value>@[email protected]</value>
			</section>
			<section name="map">
				<doc># Specifies the location of the map file
#
</doc>
				<value>@[email protected]</value>
			</section>
			<section name="password">
				<doc># You can set a password here, and uncomment the `restricted&apos; lines
# in the image definitions below to make it so that a password must
# be typed to boot anything but a default configuration.  If a
# command line is given, other than one specified by an `append&apos;
# statement in `lilo.conf&apos;, the password will be required, but a
# standard default boot will not require one.
#
# This will, for instance, prevent anyone with access to the
# console from booting with something like `Linux init=/bin/sh&apos;,
# and thus becoming `root&apos; without proper authorization.
#
# Note that if you really need this type of security, you will
# likely also want to use `install-mbr&apos; to reconfigure the MBR
# program, as well as set up your BIOS to disallow booting from
# removable disk or CD-ROM, then put a password on getting into the
# BIOS configuration as well.  Please RTFM `install-mbr(8)&apos;.
#
</doc>
				<value>tatercounter2000</value>
			</section>
			<section name="timeout">
				<doc># Specifies the number of deciseconds (0.1 seconds) LILO should
# wait before booting the first image.
#
</doc>
				<value>@[email protected]</value>
			</section>
			<section name="vga">
				<doc># Specifies the VGA text mode at boot time. (normal, extended, ask, &lt;mode&gt;) p.e.:
#  vga=ask
#  vga=9
#  vga=normal
#
</doc>
				<value>@[email protected]</value>
			</section>
			<section name="append">
				<doc># Kernel command line options that apply to all installed images go
# here.  See: The `boot-prompt-HOWTO&apos; and `kernel-parameters.txt&apos; in
# the Linux kernel `Documentation&apos; directory.
#
</doc>
				<value>@[email protected]</value>
			</section>
			<section name="default">
				<doc># Boot up Linux by default.
#
</doc>
				<value>@[email protected]</value>
			</section>
			<section name="other">
				<doc># If you have another OS on this machine to boot, you can uncomment the
# following lines, changing the device name on the `other&apos; line to
# where your other OS&apos; partition is.
#
</doc>
			</section>
		</sections>
	</lilo>
	<initrd>
		<ram>
			<device>/dev/ram4</device>
			<size>5000</size>
			<bs>1024</bs>
			<nbpi>1024</nbpi>
			<path>/tmp/initrd</path>
		</ram>
		<bin>/usr/share/coolblue/resources/initrd/bin.tar.gz</bin>
		<devices>/usr/share/coolblue/resources/initrd/devices.tar.gz</devices>
	</initrd>
</AUTOMATICALLY_GENERATED_XML>

5.2.3. downloadConfig.xml

Este archivo muestra la forma de guardar la información relativa a las fuentes de Debian para APT-GET y los paquetes a instalar. Se denomina: downloadConfig.xml.

<?xml version = '1.0' encoding = 'UTF-8' ?>
<AUTOMATICALLY_GENERATED_XML>
	<version>0.1</version>
	<global>
		<distro>
			<name>BSLinux</name>
			<version>1.0</version>
			<codenamed>kenny</codenamed>
			<date>??-??-2002</date>
		</distro>
		<source useAllSources="yes" retriesNum="3">
			<dists>dists/</dists>
			<pool>pool/</pool>
			<mirrors>
				<mirror>file://mnt/cdrom/</mirror>
				<mirror>file://usr/BSLINUX/workstation/CD_0/</mirror>
				<mirror>file://mnt/floppy/</mirror>
				<mirror>http://www.bluesock.net/</mirror>
				<mirror>http://ftp.bluesock.net/</mirror>
				<mirror>ftp://ftp.bluesock.net/pub/</mirror>
				<mirror>http://www.debian.org/bslinuxFlavour/</mirror>
			</mirrors>
		</source>
		<target>
			<base>/target/</base>
			<lists>var/lib/apt/lists/</lists>
			<packages>var/cache/apt/archives/</packages>
		</target>
		<architecture>i386</architecture>
		<suite>kenny/</suite>
		<mainIndices>Release</mainIndices>
		<packages>
			<required>
				<package>
					<name>base-files</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>base-passwd</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>bash</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>bsdutils</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>debconf</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>debianutils</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>diff</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>dpkg</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>e2fsprogs</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>fileutils</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>findutils</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>grep</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>gzip</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>hostname</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libcap1</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libc6</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libdb2</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libdb3</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libgdbmg1</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libncurses5</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libnewt0</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libpam-modules</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libpam-runtime</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libpam0g</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libperl5.6</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libpopt0</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libreadline4</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libstdc++2.10-glibc2.2</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>login</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>makedev</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>mawk</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>modutils</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>mount</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>ncurses-base</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>ncurses-bin</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>passwd</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>perl-base</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>procps</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>sed</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>shellutils</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>slang1</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>sysvinit</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>tar</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>textutils</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>util-linux</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>whiptail</name>
				</package>
			</required>
			<base>
				<package>
					<name>adduser</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>apt</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>apt-utils</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>at</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>base-config</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>bsdmainutils</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>console-common</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>console-tools</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>console-tools-libs</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>console-data</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>cpio</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>cron</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>dhcp-client</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>ed</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>exim</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>fdutils</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>gettext-base</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>groff-base</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>ifupdown</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>info</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>klogd</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libident</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libldap2</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>liblockfile1</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libpcre3</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libsasl7</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libwrap0</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>logrotate</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>mailx</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>man-db</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>manpages</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>modconf</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>nano</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>net-tools</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>netbase</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>netkit-inetd</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>netkit-ping</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>nvi</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>ppp</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>pppconfig</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>pppoe</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>pppoeconf</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>libpcap0</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>sysklogd</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>tasksel</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>tcpd</name>
				</package>
				<package>
					<name>telnet</name>
				</package>
			</base>
			<architectures>
				<alpha>
					<required>
						<without>
							<package>
								<name>libc6</name>
							</package>
						</without>
						<with>
							<package>
								<name>libc6.1</name>
							</package>
						</with>
					</required>
					<base>
						<with>
							<package>
								<name>setserial</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>aboot</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>pciutils</name>
							</package>
						</with>
					</base>
					<bs>
						<kernel>
							<name>bslinux</name>
							<version>2.4.18</version>
						</kernel>
						<ipfwtools>
							<package>
								<name>ipchains</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>iptables</name>
							</package>
						</ipfwtools>
						<additonal/>
					</bs>
				</alpha>
				<arm>
					<base>
						<with>
							<package>
								<name>setserial</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>libgpmg1</name>
							</package>
						</with>
					</base>
					<bs>
						<kernel>
							<name>bslinux</name>
							<version>2.4.18</version>
						</kernel>
						<ipfwtools>
							<package>
								<name>ipchains</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>iptables</name>
							</package>
						</ipfwtools>
						<additonal/>
					</bs>
				</arm>
				<i386>
					<required>
						<without>
							<package>
								<name>libperl5.6</name>
							</package>
						</without>
						<with>
							<package>
								<name>mbr</name>
							</package>
						</with>
					</required>
					<base>
						<with>
							<package>
								<name>lilo</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>pciutils</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>setserial</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>syslinux</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>psmisc</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>pcmcia-cs</name>
							</package>
						</with>
					</base>
					<bs>
						<kernel>
							<name>bslinux</name>
							<version>2.4.18</version>
						</kernel>
						<with>
							<package>
								<name>ipchains</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>iptables</name>
							</package>
						</with>
					</bs>
				</i386>
				<ia64>
					<required>
						<without>
							<package>
								<name>libc6</name>
							</package>
						</without>
						<with>
							<package>
								<name>libc6.1</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>gcc-2.96-base</name>
							</package>
						</with>
					</required>
					<base>
						<with>
							<package>
								<name>elilo</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>efibootmgr</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>dosfstools</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>libparted1.4</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>parted</name>
							</package>
						</with>
					</base>
					<bs>
						<kernel>
							<package>
								<name>bslinux-ia64-2.4.18</name>
							</package>
						</kernel>
					</bs>
				</ia64>
				<m68k>
					<base>
						<with>
							<package>
								<name>atari-bootstrap</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>atari-fdisk</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>amiga-fdisk</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>eject</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>mac-fdisk</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>pmac-fdisk-cross</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>setserial</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>vmelilo</name>
							</package>
						</with>
					</base>
					<bs>
						<kernel>
							<package>
								<name>bslinux-2.4.18</name>
							</package>
						</kernel>
						<ipfwtool>
							<package>
								<name>ipchains</name>
							</package>
						</ipfwtool>
					</bs>
				</m68k>
				<powerpc>
					<base>
						<with>
							<package>
								<name>quik</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>mac-fdisk</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>amiga-fdisk</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>psmisc</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>powerpc-utils</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>setserial</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>pciutils</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>hfsutils</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>yaboot</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>pcmcia-cs</name>
							</package>
						</with>
					</base>
					<bs>
						<kernel>
							<package>
								<name>bslinux-2.4.18</name>
							</package>
						</kernel>
						<ipfwtool>
							<package>
								<name>ipchains</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>iptables</name>
							</package>
						</ipfwtool>
					</bs>
				</powerpc>
				<sparc>
					<base>
						<with>
							<package>
								<name>silo</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>eject</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>pciutils</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>sparc-utils</name>
							</package>
						</with>
					</base>
					<bs>
						<kernel>
							<package>
								<name>bslinux-2.4.18</name>
							</package>
						</kernel>
						<ipfwtool>
							<package>
								<name>ipchains</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>iptables</name>
							</package>
						</ipfwtool>
					</bs>
				</sparc>
				<mips>
					<base>
						<with>
							<package>
								<name>dvhtool</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>pciutils</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>setserial</name>
							</package>
						</with>
					</base>
					<bs>
						<kernel>
							<package>
								<name>bslinux-2.4.18</name>
							</package>
						</kernel>
					</bs>
				</mips>
				<mipsel>
					<base>
						<with>
							<package>
								<name>delo</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>pciutils</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>setserial</name>
							</package>
						</with>
					</base>
					<bs>
						<kernel>
							<package>
								<name>bslinux-2.4.18</name>
							</package>
						</kernel>
					</bs>
				</mipsel>
				<hppa>
					<required>
						<without>
							<package>
								<name>libstdc++2.10-glibc2.2</name>
							</package>
						</without>
					</required>
					<base>
						<with>
							<package>
								<name>palo</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>libstdc++3</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>gcc-3.0-base</name>
							</package>
						</with>
					</base>
					<bs>
						<kernel>
							<package>
								<name>bslinux-2.4.18</name>
							</package>
						</kernel>
					</bs>
				</hppa>
				<s390_s390x>
					<base>
						<without>
							<package>
								<name>console-tools</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>console-tools-libs</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>fdutils</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>ppp</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>pppconfig</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>pppoe</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>pppoeconf</name>
							</package>
						</without>
						<with>
							<package>
								<name>s390-tools</name>
							</package>
							<package>
								<name>telnetd</name>
							</package>
						</with>
					</base>
					<bs>
						<kernel>
							<package>
								<name>bslinux-2.4.18</name>
							</package>
						</kernel>
					</bs>
				</s390_s390x>
			</architectures>
		</packages>
	</global>
</AUTOMATICALLY_GENERATED_XML>

5.2.4. installConfig.xml

Otra muestra de como se puede utilizar el XML, esta vez el archivo se denomina installConfig.xml.

<?xml version = '1.0' encoding = 'UTF-8' ?>
<AUTOMATICALLY_GENERATED_XML>
	<version>0.1</version>
	<global>
		<distro>
			<name>BSLinux</name>
			<version>1.0</version>
			<codenamed>kenny</codenamed>
			<date>??-??-2002</date>
		</distro>
		<paths>
			<source>
				<base>/target/</base>
				<lists>var/lib/apt/lists/</lists>
				<packages>var/cache/apt/archives/</packages>
			</source>
			<target>
				<base>/target/</base>
				<dpkg>var/lib/dpkg/</dpkg>
			</target>
		</paths>
		<architecture>i386</architecture>
		<suite>kenny/</suite>
	</global>
	<process>
		<setup>
			<etc/>
			<proc/>
			<devices>/usr/lib/debootstrap/devices.tar.gz</devices>
		</setup>
	</process>
</AUTOMATICALLY_GENERATED_XML>

5.2.5. installation.xml

Archivo de configuración de la instalación. Su nombre es: installation.xml.

<?xml version = '1.0' encoding = 'UTF-8' ?>
<AUTOMATICALLY_GENERATED_XML>
	<version>0.1</version>
	<installation-type>install</installation-type>
	<language>English</language>
	<country>USA</country>
	<keyboard-layout>us</keyboard-layout>
	<GMT>Madrid</GMT>
	<licenses>
		<free>true</free>
		<non-free>true</non-free>
		<crypto>false</crypto>
		<bsl>true</bsl>
	</licenses>
	<modules>
		<section name="IDE">
			<path>/lib/modules/2.4.18-64GB-SMP/kernel/drivers/ide/</path>
			<module>ataraid.o</module>
		</section>
		<section name="scsi">
			<path>/lib/modules/2.4.18-64GB-SMP/kernel/drivers/scsi/</path>
			<module>*.o</module>
		</section>
		<section name="scsi">
			<path>/lib/modules/2.4.18-64GB-SMP/kernel/drivers/scsi/aacraid/</path>
			<module>*.o</module>
		</section>
		<section name="scsi">
			<path>/lib/modules/2.4.18-64GB-SMP/kernel/drivers/scsi/pcmcia/</path>
			<module>*.o</module>
		</section>
		<section name="scsi">
			<path>/lib/modules/2.4.18-64GB-SMP/kernel/drivers/scsi/qla2x00-emc/</path>
			<module>*.o</module>
		</section>
		<section name="scsi">
			<path>/lib/modules/2.4.18-64GB-SMP/kernel/drivers/scsi/sym53c8xx_2/</path>
			<module>*.o</module>
		</section>
		<section name="scsi">
			<path>/lib/modules/2.4.18-64GB-SMP/kernel/drivers/scsi/aic7xxx/</path>
			<module>*.o</module>
		</section>
		<section name="IDE">
			<path>/lib/modules/2.4.18-64GB-SMP/kernel/drivers/usb/</path>
			<module>usb-ohci.o</module>
		</section>
		<section name="IDE">
			<path>/lib/modules/2.4.18-64GB-SMP/kernel/drivers/usb/</path>
			<module>usb-uhci.o</module>
		</section>
		<section name="IDE">
			<path>/lib/modules/2.4.18-64GB-SMP/kernel/drivers/usb/</path>
			<module>*.o</module>
		</section>
	</modules>
</AUTOMATICALLY_GENERATED_XML>