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Old 05-02-2008, 10:42 PM
Jason L Tibbitts III
 
Default autofs no longer in default install

>>>>> "JS" == Jeff Spaleta <jspaleta@gmail.com> writes:

JS> Man i really wish we had a collection of pre-cooked kickstart
JS> files aimed at specific use case.

Don't we have a public cobbler server providing this functionality?
Or was that something folks were just talking about?

- J<

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Old 05-03-2008, 12:39 AM
Thomas M Steenholdt
 
Default autofs no longer in default install

Roland McGrath wrote:

Is it in the release notes? It can be listed under "gratuitous major
aggravations". I guess there isn't a way without a million extra clicks to
ask for it at install time. Another five magic commands to type after
every new install before anything works right. Joy oh joy.


The thing is, that what is great for one may be bad for the other.

Removing autofs from the default install means one less thing to kill
after each install.


Yet other changes may make my life more difficult and yours easier.

I guess that how it always will be. Luckily it's not too hard to
customize install if you need lots and lots of machines.


/Thomas

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Old 05-03-2008, 12:43 AM
Thomas M Steenholdt
 
Default autofs no longer in default install

Jeff Spaleta wrote:

2008/5/1 Jesse Keating <jkeating@j2solutions.net>:

Perhaps the default Fedora install isn't really designed for your use
case.


Man i really wish we had a collection of pre-cooked kickstart files
aimed at specific use case. I have this gut feeling that if people
with similar server needs got together they could agree on a small
finite set of kickstart offerings that helped several easily defined
setups.

-jef



That might be neat. Perhaps if it could be integrated in the installer
boot menu in some way (press F6, select your auto-install mode and
off-we-go...)-ish.


/Thomas

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