Now, configure your disks. For this project, I used the whole drive.
Next, you can configure how you want to receive updates to your system. If you want them to be handled like a standard Linux install, select “no automatic updates”.
Use Tasksel to choose the identity of your machine. Unless you have any real plans on using this as a server of any kind, you can leave all of these blank. None are required for this setup.
OK, we’re almost out of the woods here. Install grub to your installation target, or first disk in the system.