ceri at submonkey.net
Thu Feb 1 22:47:47 UTC 2007
On Wed, Jan 31, 2007 at 03:49:39PM +1100, Antony Mawer wrote:
> On 31/01/2007 3:05 PM, Jared Barneck wrote:
> >I found the answer for how to reboot in the code. To
> >reboot add the following to the end of the
> >I found it in this source file:
> >This source file has a list of a lot of the functions
> >that can be called in the install.cfg. Even though the
> >function is called "shutdown" it is a reboot not a
> >shutdown, which is perfect because I wanted it to
> I have a local patch that we use on our installation process that adds a
> couple of new commands:
> poweroff - shutdown and power off the machine (useful for doing
> installation, then shut down for shipping)
> poweroffNoRC - as above, but don't attempt to write rc.conf
> shutdownNoRC - like regular "shutdown" (reboot), but no rc.conf
> The latter two options are handy if you write your own scripts that
> generate rc.conf, as normally sysinstall tries to write rc.conf itself
> on shutdown, which clobbers any existing file your scripts may create.
> If anyone is interested and/or these are likely candidates for inclusion
> then I can submit a PR to have someone check these in. I also have a man
> page update that documents the above functions.
Antony, please do.
That must be wonderful! I don't understand it at all.
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