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Re: Is there solution for rebooting automatically?



It have to be placed before the
%packages


Just write the keyword "reboot" between your "authconfig --enableshadow
--enablemd5 " and your "# Set timezone "


Sascha

sp redevif wrote:

> Thanks all. But I'm still in failure. Yes, I put the reboot line in
> the end of the ks.cfg after the %post and insert two newlines, one
> before the reboot and the other behind the reboot. It can not work.
> Where should the reboot be put? I'm confusing.
>
> I'm using RH73 and IA with SCSI.
>
> The following is my ks.cfg, please help me find the error. Thanks a lot!
>
> # Kickstart config file.
>
> # Install, not upgrade
> install
>
> # Set the language to US English
> lang en_US
> langsupport --default en_US.iso885915 en_US.iso885915
> keyboard us
>
> # Set the mouse
> mouse genericps/2 --device psaux --emulthree
>
> # Skip x windows configuration
> skipx
>
> # Set the network.
> network --device eth0 --bootproto dhcp --nameserver 10.10.1.11
>
> # Set the install location.
> # Here install from FTP Server 10.10.211.200
> url --url ftp://visitor:visitor 10 10 211 200/pub/redhat73
>
> # Set the root password
> rootpw --iscrypted $1$.w1YFaBg$y7Py5J24c/8J1XhIDfM6s.
>
> # Set the firewall
> firewall --disabled
>
> # Set the password encrytion arithmetic
> authconfig --enableshadow --enablemd5
>
> # Set timezone
> timezone Asia/Shanghai
>
> # Set the boot loader -- Lilo
> bootloader --useLilo
>
> # The following is the partition information you requested
> # Note that any partitions you deleted are not expressed
> # here so unless you clear all partitions first, this is
> # not guaranteed to work
>
> # 7G for / and 800M for swap.
> clearpart --linux
> part / --fstype ext2 --size=7000
> part swap --size=800
> part /home --fstype ext2 --size=1 --grow
>
> # Listing what packages you want to install. Default is Everything.
> %packages
> #@ Printing Support
> @ Classic X Window System
> #@ X Window System
> @ GNOME
> #@ Sound and Multimedia Support
> @ Network Support
> #@ Dialup Support
> @ Messaging and Web Tools
> #@ Everything
>
> %pre
> # add comment to /etc/motd
> # echo "Kickstart-installed Red Hat Linux 7.3 `/bin/date`" > /etc/motd
>
> %post
> /usr/sbin/useradd guest
> chfn -f 'guest' guest
> /usr/sbin/usermod guest guest
>
> /sbin/reboot
>
>
>
>
> ----
> Best,
> -Redevif
>
>
>
>
>
>> From: Mike McLean <mikem redhat com>
>> Reply-To: kickstart-list redhat com
>> To: kickstart-list redhat com
>> Subject: Re: Is there solution for rebooting automatically?
>> Date: Mon, 21 Oct 2002 12:20:20 -0400
>>
>> reboot works for me.
>>
>> You said "at the end" of your ks.cfg. Perhaps you have accidentally 
>
> placed the
>
>> reboot line in the %packages section or the %post section where it will 
>
> not be
>
>> interpreted as a kickstart command?
>>
>> Also, what version/arch are you using?
>>
>> Lv Redevif wrote:
>> > I'm wondering how can make the machine reboot automatically after
>> > installation. Now it should need press <ENTER> although I add "reboot"
>> > in the end of my ks.cfg file. Seems it doesn't work.
>> >
>> > Many thanks!
>> >
>> > ----
>> > Best,
>> > -Redevif
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >
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