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    Copying files in kickstart install


    I want to copy files from the installation CD during %post How is the CD referred to? Is it mounted as /mnt/media or /mnt/cdrom or something? Is the CD mounted as the root of the filesystem? Or???

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    hi,


    what do you mean by "during %post"?
    can you be more specific please
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    Quote Originally Posted by khafa View Post
    hi,


    what do you mean by "during %post"?
    can you be more specific please
    If you don't know what that means, getting an explanation isn't going to help you to answer the question

    Anyone else? I cannot be the first person who's wanted to customize an install.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khafa View Post
    fist of all let me tell you this "its not this way you will get help. people are trying to help .that is all"

    now lets go back to your "%post" stuff
    1) POST is way before installation CD(that is why i dont understand your question)
    2) if you can tell us clearly what you want to do we will try to help(if you think I can not help you its OK)

    regards
    I appreciate your attempts to help, but if you do not know what kickstart is or what %pre and %post are for, how is my explaining them to you going to get you to a point where you can answer my question, when I already know the basics of kickstart and still need help with this?

    I am not talking about Power On Self Test. I am talking about %post. The water is a lot deeper here than you think it is

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