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doconnor at gsoft.com.au
Tue Oct 4 07:00:09 UTC 2011
On 04/10/2011, at 17:09, Craig Rodrigues wrote:
> However, I have seen at least two places which have written Jumpstart/Kickstart
> based installers based on sysinstall. This use case is not uncommon.
> For example, using an install.cfg was documented here, and people
> have followed it:
> If in the 10.0 timeframe, if we can provide something (bsdinstall,
> pc-sysinstall, whatever) that has some compatibility with the old
> sysinstall scripted syntax, that would be nice for users who have
> built installers based on this stuff.
I suspect this would be problematic because bsdinstall is architected differently to sysinstall and the later's scripting is based on calling various C functions :(
Also things like dist names are different..
Don't let me stop you writing it though ;)
Daniel O'Connor software and network engineer
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