I am looking at TKLpatch to help me create preconfigured iso appliances.
I can only get out to the public web via a ISA gateway/proxy that requires me to install cntml.deb.
For my regular linux installs I copy the cntlm.deb file manually to the linux app.
Then install dpkg -i cntlm.deb.
Configure the /etc/cntlm.conf file.
Specify proxy for system. via /etc/bash.bashrc abd http_proxy=http://localhost:proxyport
Restart linux cntlm.
Now I have access to the public web. It is only at this point that I can use apt-get update etc. to install other debs etc.
Do you have any suggestions on how I can extend the turnkey iso's such that I can do the above in an automated manner?
Do I include cntlm.deb in the deb folder for use by TKLPatch?