Hi,Given the discussion about adding kickstart files to a DVD, I thought I'd add my experience with Fedora 7.
We're using pungi 0.3.5 to create a custom F7 install DVD that includes multiple kickstarts on the DVD. I've hacked pungi to add our kickstart files to the installer's boot menu. This way non-technical users can select a kickstart at install time by choosing a menu item rather than typing. We've found it quite useful, perhaps others will too.
Here's what we do:1) Package all kickstart files in a kickstart-config RPM and deploy the RPM to our repository. The RPM is setup so that kickstart files go into /kickstart:
%install rm -rf $RPM_BUILD_ROOT install -d -m 0755 $RPM_BUILD_ROOT/kickstart for file in kickstart/* ; do install -p -m 0644 $file $RPM_BUILD_ROOT/kickstart done [...] %files %defattr(-,root,root,-) %dir /kickstart /kickstart/* 2) Add the kickstart-config RPM to the pungi manifest3) Add our kickstart RPM + files to the relnote entries of pungi's config file:
relnotepkgs = fedora-release fedora-release-notes kickstart-config relnotedirre = images stylesheet-images kickstart4) Hack pungi to add our kickstart files to isolinux.cfg. Not pretty, but it gets the job done for us:
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5) Run pungi Thanks to Jesse + others for an excellent set of tools! Steve