I've now added the code to create the ISO images, and I have booted one
up to the first install screen (i.e. kernel booted, and anaconda
running). It works. Of course, now we need to see if it can really
install the whole thing, and if we can add to and change the files to be
Probably at this point, I'm going to stop work on the anaconda installer
scripts, and focus on the following items:
- Writing a script that will merge updated rpms into the release, and
move the old rpms to some holding directory (where you can delete them).
- Upgrading the Bacula Rescue CDROM to permit a 2.6 boot.
- Implement a first cut of scripts that will reload/install rpms either
from a file list, using apt, or yum.
Best regards, Kern
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