Seth Vidal píše v Po 15. 12. 2008 v 08:06 -0500:
On Mon, 15 Dec 2008, Dan Horák wrote:
> Seth Vidal píše v Po 15. 12. 2008 v 07:49 -0500:
>> On Mon, 15 Dec 2008, Dan Horák wrote:
>>> Jeroen van Meeuwen píše v Ne 14. 12. 2008 v 15:18 +0100:
>>>> From the Wiki page at
>>>> What exactly do we mean by lightweight?
>>>> What exactly do we mean by bootstrapping?
>>> It is a wrapper around "yum --installroot <dir> install",
but you should
>>> end with a system that boots, root can log in and yum is available. It
>>> can work with USB devices (flash, harddisk), LVs, LUNs from SAN, etc,
>>> generally anything you can mount on a running system.
>> Like Mock?
> yes, it's inspired by mock, only the target is a standalone system
So why can't you just use mock? Or, for that matter kickstart?
But AFAIK mock can't create fstab (required by mkinitrd) or reset the
password for root.
Can I run a kickstart install on my workstation (while doing regular
work there) to install a system on a new device that will be then pulled
out and used somewhere else?