I am working on modifying a live image of ubuntu for use as a bootable DVD. I have the image almost exactly as I want it, but I cannot find what to remove or modify to eliminate the ‘ Please remove the installation medium, then press Enter.’ screen.

How do I remove this screen from a live image?

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    If you remove the message, then the user won't know that the installation is complete.
    – user535733
    Jun 22 at 16:02
  • What's the programme are you using to customize Ubuntu 20.04 image??
    – UnKNOWn
    Jun 22 at 16:50
  • To the close voters: note that that creating the installation medium is on topic since that is presumably being done on an Ubuntu machine. However, if someone now uses that medium to install a system, then the system they have installed is not an official Ubuntu and, therefore, questions about that system is off topic.
    – user68186
    Jun 22 at 16:59
  • @user535733 in my use case, the user has no ability to install using the live disc anyway. The ubuiquity package that gives the user the option to install Ubuntu has been removed. Jun 22 at 18:03
  • @UnKNOWn Cubic Jun 22 at 18:05

add the bootcode noprompt to the appropriate lines txt.cfg/grub.cfg.

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