I'm attempting to create a preseed configuration file for automating the install of Ubuntu Server 10.04-4 LTS x64 via a bootable USB thumb drive and I've hit a major snag in the process. The debian-installer correctly processes the preseed file until it fails and asks for input at the following screen:
"[!] Select and install software
The installation CD does not contain full support for your language. Do you want to download the required packages from the Internet now? This includes spell-checking, dictionaries, and translations for various applications.
If you do not want to download this now, you may start the Language Selector after installation to install complete support for your language.
Download language support? "Yes" "No"
Thus far I've tried modifying the kernal boot line and tried making various tweaks to the preseed file, all to no avail. Any help is GREATLY appreciated as I'm out of ideas!! I've included my kernal boot line and preseed file (newestattempt.seed) below. I'm aware the preseed file may have additional errors/problems, but I can't resume my testing until this issue is fixed. Also, please note I've replaced sensitive information about my configuration with dummy examples:
Kernal boot line:
kernel /install/vmlinuz append vga=normal initrd=/install/initrd.gz locale=en_US console-setup/ask_detect=false console-setup/layoutcode=us netcfg/wireless_wep= interface=eth0 hostname=example domain=example file=/cdrom/customseed/newestattempt.seed cdrom-detect/try-usb=true quiet` --
Preseed file (I posted a link because I can't get this forum to not bold lines that start with #, which is most of the file): http://reed.blacklight.net/preseed/newestattempt.seed