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Re: comments on kickstart chapter 1 from customization guide, RH7.3



On Sun, 2 Jun 2002, rpjday wrote:

> On Sat, 1 Jun 2002, Paul A Sand wrote:
> 
> > Some argument descriptions don't describe their syntax. For example
> > "--fstype": should it be "--fstype=ext3" or "--fstype ext3"?
> > [And why does the config file use these two different syntaxes anyway?
> > But that's not a documentation issue.]
> 
> i remember moaning about this once upon a time, and i'm pretty sure 
> someone mentioned that, regardless of what the documentation says,
> either way will be acceptable.  can anyone clarify this?

Yeah, both work fine. Kickstart uses normal GNU command line style option 
processing, which accepts both --foo=bar and --foo bar. If you need to
use spaces in an argument --foo="bar bang" works as well.

Erik

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