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You have the option of adding commands to run on the system once the installation is complete, but before the system is rebooted for the first time. This section must be placed towards the end of the Kickstart file, after the actual Kickstart commands, and must start with [command]#%post# and end with [command]#%end#. If your Kickstart file also includes a [command]#%pre# section, the order of the [command]#%pre# and [command]#%post# sections does not matter. Anda memiliki opsi untuk menambahkan perintah untuk dijalankan pada sistem setelah penginstalan selesai, tetapi sebelum sistem di-boot ulang untuk pertama kalinya. Bagian ini harus ditempatkan di akhir file Kickstart, setelah perintah Kickstart yang sebenarnya, dan harus dimulai dengan [command]#%post# dan diakhiri dengan [command]#%end#. Jika file Kickstart Anda juga menyertakan bagian [command]#%pre#, urutan bagian [command]#%pre# dan [command]#%post# tidak menjadi masalah.
You can specify packages by _environment_, _group_, or by their package names. Several environments and groups that contain related packages are defined. See the `repodata/comps.xml` file in your installation source for environment and group definitions.
You can specify a package group or environment using either its ID (the `<id>` tag) or name (the `<name>` tag).
You can expand the basic [application]*Anaconda* and Kickstart functionality by using custom add-ons specified using the [command]#%addon# section.
You can also specify `auto` instead of a numeric value. In that case the installer will determine the amount of RAM to reserve for kdump automatically, based on your system architecture and the total amount of memory on the system.
# You can add --spares=x
raid / --fstype xfs --device root --level=RAID1 raid.11 raid.21
raid /safe --fstype xfs --device safe --level=RAID1 raid.12 raid.22
raid swap --fstype swap --device swap --level=RAID1 raid.13 raid.23
raid /usr --fstype xfs --device usr --level=RAID1 raid.14 raid.24
raid pv.01 --fstype xfs --device pv.01 --level=RAID1 raid.15 raid.25
# You can add --spares=x
raid / --fstype xfs --device root --level=RAID1 raid.11 raid.21
raid /safe --fstype xfs --device safe --level=RAID1 raid.12 raid.22
raid swap --fstype swap --device swap --level=RAID1 raid.13 raid.23
raid /usr --fstype xfs --device usr --level=RAID1 raid.14 raid.24
raid pv.01 --fstype xfs --device pv.01 --level=RAID1 raid.15 raid.25
When using a Kickstart file, you can override the default [command]#%anaconda# section by using the section again in your custom Kickstart.
When this option is used, the network bridge with device name specified using the [option]#--device=# option will be created and devices defined in the [option]#--bridgeslaves=# option will be added to the bridge. For example: Ketika opsi ini digunakan, jembatan jaringan dengan nama perangkat yang ditentukan menggunakan opsi [option]#--device=# akan dibuat dan perangkat yang ditentukan dalam opsi [opsi]#--bridgeslaves=# akan ditambahkan ke jembatan. Sebagai contoh:
vnc (optional) - Configure VNC Access
Use this software when joining the realm. Valid values include `samba` and `adcli`. Not all realms support all values. By default, the membership software is chosen automatically.
Use this option to reboot into the new system using the `kexec` kernel switching mechanism instead of a full reboot, bypassing the BIOS/Firmware and boot loader.
Use the [command]#%packages# command to begin a Kickstart section which describes the software packages to be installed. This section must end with an [command]#%end# statement.
Use the [command]#%include _/path/to/file_pass:attributes[{blank}]# command to include the contents of another file in the Kickstart file as though the contents were at the location of the [command]#%include# command in the Kickstart file.
user (optional) - Create User Account
Use of the [command]#reboot# command *may* result in an endless installation loop, depending on the installation media and method.
url (optional) - Install from an installation tree on a remote server via FTP or HTTP.
unsupported_hardware (optional) - Suppress Unsupported Hardware Alerts
To use an add-on in your Kickstart file, add the [command]#%addon _addon_name_ _options_pass:attributes[{blank}]# command. The section must be closed with an [command]#%end# statement. For example, to use the [application]*Kdump* add-on, which is included by default on some installations, use the following block:
To install a 32-bit package on a 64-bit system, you will need to append the package name with the 32-bit architecture for which the package was built - for example, [package]*glibc.i686*. The [option]#--multilib# option also must be specified in the Kickstart file; see the available options below.
This will generate a SHA512 crypt of your password using your provided salt.