pungi used to create CD that includes a kickstart file

Jeroen van Meeuwen kanarip at kanarip.com
Wed Jun 13 12:58:38 UTC 2007

Jesse Keating wrote:
> On Tuesday 12 June 2007 21:09:14 Martin Steinmann wrote:
>> I don't quite understand why you had to tweak the release note mechanism or
>> even change the initrd.img file. All I would need is a %post section in the
>> manifest file that would allow me to copy the kickstart file into the tree
>> before genisoimage is run. In addition, I need to modify the isolinux.cfg
>> file to add the kickstart kernel parameter. The rest is then done by
>> Anaconda during stage 2.
> Actually what needs to happen is the releasenotes stuff needs to be renamed to 
> something more generic like extrafiles or whatnot.  Really the methodology is 
> it looks for a list of file regexes in a list of packages you give it that 
> are in your tree and it extracts those files onto the root of the iso file 
> system and install tree.  This can be used for not just release notes, but 
> for kickstart files, autorun files, whatever else you may want in the root.

We're gonna do the same thing here, except that we also want to be able 
to add non-RPM based files to the images, for example a complete 
directory tree. Is that being added to pungi as well?

Kind regards,

Jeroen van Meeuwen

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