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RE: When was "include" directive introduced?



Yeap, the "%include" that is added into ks.cfg to include files
generated in the %pre section. I do realize that it is pretty old, but
that's all I got right now ;) and we have a bit diff hardware, so I
wanna do disk layout and vmkpcidivy with %include

Regards,

Roman Lazarev
Fidelity Investment Management Technology
245 Summer Street V2E
Boston, MA 02210
(617) 563-1173


-----Original Message-----
From: patrickd vmware com [mailto:patrickd vmware com] 
Sent: Monday, April 10, 2006 2:40 PM
To: Lazarev, Roman
Cc: kickstart-list redhat com; anaconda-devel-list redhat com
Subject: Re: When was "include" directive introduced?


What version of ESX are you using?  ESX 2.x is mostly based on RHAS2.1. 
It's pretty old stuff.

By the "%include directive", do you mean when did anaconda kickstart
start 
parsing it?

--Patrick.


On Mon, 10 Apr 2006, Lazarev, Roman wrote:

> Hi ALL,
>
> I'm working on an ESX server from VMware which uses anaconda +
> Kickstart. However it's anaconda version is quite archaic - I can't
> figure out the version of anaconda. It has also been heavily hacked by
> folks from VMware. They say it is based on RH7.2  I mounted
netstg1.img
> and did a grep on "include" in "usr/lib/anaconda" but that didn't turn
> up any good positives... Maybe it just isn't there?
>
> My question is: How long ago was "%include" directive introduced?
Should
> I take it for granted?
>
> Thanks much,
>
> Roman Lazarev
> Fidelity Investment Management Technology
> 245 Summer Street V2E
> Boston, MA 02210
> (617) 563-1173
>
>


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