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From: Petro <petro cpetro us>
Reply-To: Discussion list about Kickstart <kickstart-list redhat com>
Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2011 18:20:34 +0930
To: <kickstart-list redhat com>
Subject: Re:Aligning partitions
On 11/30/11 02:30 AM, I wrote from a different account:
I was wrong about this, at least in 4.0.
One of my co-workers pointed me to an rpm called "pykickstart" that contains ksvalidator.
It seems to work as it gave me the same errors on my ks.cfg as anaconda did.
I still don't understand why --resolution and --depth don't take any options in 6.1, when they don't make sense without options.