On Fri, 2006-04-14 at 11:43 -0500, Jasper O'neal Hartline wrote:
Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
>We should prompt for a user/password rather than providing a default
>one. Kadischi could take a cmdline switch like --user=fedora
>or popup a dialog requesting a username and password.
I think the shell or dialog would be sufficient.
A switch is well, a switch. For a user I don't think it is neccessary
maybe we can look into the %livecd item for this instead.
Currently, I can completely script the running of kadischi. I'd hate to
see this feature go away. So a commandline switch has advantages over a
OTOH, this should currently be possible through anaconda's %post or a
post_install. So the question becomes, what do we want kadischi to be
able to do? Is it just the CD creator and all the configuration is done
through (possibly distributed and enabled by default) post_install
scripts? It makes sense at a certain conceptual level to do this, but
it is more confusing to the user as scripts will have to be tweaked for
their specifics. So at the least, kadischi needs to pass commandline
args/parse any config files and pass those values through to the
post_install scripts so the end-user is unaware of the split.