On Thu, 01 Nov 2007 15:00:07 -0400 Christopher Boumenot <boumenot gmail com> wrote: > Just to clarify then, multiple %pre/%post delimiters are combined > into one script, or are they all called from one script? > > My Kickstart file is littered with %post/%pre scripts. Just for this > case, supposed they look like this. > > %post --interpreter /usr/bin/python --log=python.log > print "Hello World" > > %post --interpreter /usr/bin/pytyon --log=python2.log > > %post --interpreter /bin/sh --log=sh.log > echo "Hello World" > > %post --interpreter /usr/bin/perl --log perl.log > print "Hello World\n"; > > > All of these %post sections end up in one script? > > It looks like the class AnacondaKSScript represents one script, and > it is then executed. The output is redirected to a log file if --log > is passed. (This is a very useful option by the way, and I am glad > it is in the newer version of Anaconda.) Sorry to be so pestering, > but I am still missing the "one" script thing. Ooops. I missed what it was you were actually doing. I envisioned something like: %post --foo script1 script2 script3 script4 And you were complaining because maybe script3 failed. I didn't realize you actually had multiple %post sections, vs multiple scripts listed in %post. I'll step back and let the anaconda/kickstart authors answer. -- Jesse Keating Fedora -- All my bits are free, are yours?
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