On Thu, 2008-10-16 at 12:15 -0700, Jesse Keating wrote:
On Thu, 2008-10-16 at 14:08 -0500, Paul B Schroeder wrote:
> In my kickstart config, the %include files are all generated in %pre
> and don't exist at compose time, thus "--ignore-missing-includes".
> And I have no repo lines defined in my ks.cfg either, so the --repo-*
> options allow you to specify or add repo info from the command line.
> --repo-baseurl=REPO BASEURL
> repository name and base URL to use
> --repo-mirrorlist=REPO MIRRORLIST
> repository name and mirrorlist URL to use
> ignore missing %include files in the kickstart
Rather than throw more command line options at the problems, I wonder if
it would make more sense to make the kickstart parsing gracefully handle
and warn about missing includes.
Yeah, I would think this should just work. I know it's something that's
been used to good effect within anaconda in the past.
I also really don't like doing repo
declaration via the command line arguments, but I'll think on this one a
I definitely don't like this -- the idea of using a kickstart config for
pungi, livecd-creator, etc is that the config file can be enough to
reliably recreate a set of images. Passing the repos on the command
line makes this entirely not the case.