OMSA Via Satellite-Server/Kickstart?

Greg Dickie greg at max-t.com
Tue Jan 23 10:52:09 CST 2007


I used to do this until they set up the yum respository, now I just
bundle those RPMS into my installation directly.

Greg

On Tue, 2007-01-23 at 16:41 +0000, bgercken at comcast.net wrote:
> Mark,
> That is what we did for our organization. We bundle it as an RPM. It
> was a simple process.
> Check out the command line arguments to the installer.
> The spec file that we used looks something like what is shown below.
> The pre section ensures that the prerequisite packages are installed.
> This worked well for us. Your milage may vary.
> Regards,
> -bill
>  
> -- snip --
>  
> %description
> This package wraps the OMSA installation and executes an express
> install (-x).
> %pre
> /usr/bin/up2date binutils
> /usr/bin/up2date net-snmp
> /usr/bin/up2date net-snmp-perl
> %post
> cd /tmp/OMSA
> sh linux/supportscripts/srvadmin-install.sh -x
> %files
> %defattr(-,root,root,0755)
> /tmp/OMSA
> 
> -- snip --
>  
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