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Re: clearpart -all warning



I'm not sure to understand the extra "if" statement. I've tried this and worked as expected:

#!/bin/sh
install="no"
while [ "$install" != "yes" ]; do
        clear
        echo
        echo "*********************************************************************"
        echo "***********************  W A R N I N G ******************************"
        echo "*********************************************************************"
        echo " If you continue, all partitions from local disks will be erased."
        echo " Do you wish to continue? (Type the entire word \"yes\" to proceed.) "
        echo
        read -p "Proceed with install? " install
done

Regards,

El 12 de abril de 2012 10:02, Markus Eyrich <me byteaction de> escribió:
Well, as far as i can see this script doesn't even work in a normal shell, bash or sh...

 The last line says "read -p "Proceed with install? " install done clear chvt1 #%end

Now put the whole stuff into a script, the last line (read...) whould look like this:


read -p "Proceed with install? " install
done (closing while)
clear
chvt1
%end

But still, this doesn't work, you can type what you want, even "yes" and you won't get out of it, since you now read what is into "install" but have to action for it. So i made:


read -p "Proceed with install? " install
if [ "$install" = "yes" ] || [ "$install" = "YES" ]; then exit
fi
done
clear
chvt1
%end

That works. Maybe i'm stupid or something, but the original posted script is not functional ?!?

The complete thing is like that:

%pre
#!/bin/sh
exec < /dev/tty6 > /dev/tty6 2>&1
chvt 6
install="no"
while [ "$install" != "yes" ] || [ "$install" != "YES" ]; do

clear
echo
echo '********************************************************************************'
echo '*                              W A R N I N G                                   *'
echo '*                                                                              *'
echo '*       This process will install a completely new operating system!           *'

echo '*                                                                              *'
echo '*     Do you wish to continue? (Type the entire word "yes" to proceed.)        *'
echo '*                                                                              *'
echo '********************************************************************************'
echo
read -p "Process with install? " install
if [ "$install" = "yes" ] || [ "$install" = "YES" ]; then
exit
fi
done
chvt 1
%end



Am 12.04.2012 13:30, schrieb Patrick Lists:
On 04/12/2012 09:53 AM, Markus Eyrich wrote:
Does this still work with CentOS 6 and Anaconda ? I can't get it to
work. Tried the very exact same code below and Anaconda just goes over
it and starts installing... Do i need to do anything more in the
kickstart file? Does it need to be in interactive or text mode or
something ?!

I have not tried it on CentOS 6. I was just quoting from Chip's kickstart presentation. I always use text mode in my kickstart files. Have you tried that? Maybe Chip Shabazian can shed some light on this?

Regards,
Patrick

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