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Re: Kickstart post scripts



On Wed, Oct 15, 2003 at 09:54:12AM -0600, Matt Poepping wrote:
> When the post scripts start to run after a kickstart, what 
> does the file system look like?
> a) where is the root? is it  /, or is it /mnt/something
> b) where are the packages mounted if you installed from the 
> network? /mnt/something?
> 
If you run your post script with just %post then the system root is at /
and the package repository on the network is not available (although you
man mount nfs shares in post and get them that way).

If you run with '%post --nochroot', then the instal ramdisk is at /, the
packages you installed from are under /mnt/source, and your system root
is under /mnt/sysimage.

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