kevin lyda wrote:
>> i never ran into this because i wanted my kickstart install system to
> create a system that would update itself in the future, so i added a
> /etc/rc.d/rc.local that would run a shell script to go check for updated
> or additional packages (as well as packages that needed removing).
>> of course the system never got used so i can't offer advice on how to
> use it in practice, but it seems like the best way to work around the
> problem and add functionality. is anyone using kickstart here?
Actully that kickstart stuff was used, just not extensivly & it worked
perfectly & was a dream to drop rpm's of whatever type into a dir on a
server and lo & behold there was stuff installed on workstation. I'll
leave it to kevin to describe it's ins & outs but needless to say it's a
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