Is it possible?
I'm using a dvd based installation, using an ext2 kickstart floppy, where I type
The installation proceeds and completes.
I would like to put some customization scripts inside the floppy and copy them to the system during install.
They would be used on the target system after installation and they require user input to complete, that can be different across installations.
I have no network connectivity during install.
Any hints on how the floppy is mounted when anaconda copies the ks.cfg file to hard disk and if it is accessible during install in %pre or %post phase?
It seems that it is suddenly unmounted...
I could try to detect which device name it is the floppy and then manually mount it during the %post section, but perhaps there is a smarter way...
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08-27-2008, 11:36 AM
accessing kickstart floppy files during install
Gianluca Cecchi wrote:
> I would like to put some customization scripts inside the floppy and copy
> them to the system during install.
Instead of doing a:
cp /mnt/floppy/script1 /usr/local/bin
you can make the %post section create the scripts like: