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Old 08-16-2010, 10:23 AM   #1
ram_rajavarapu
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Why we should give "core" parameter in yum config file


Hi,
I am using RHEL-5 box with kickstart server. I want perform kickstart installation for clients. So when I configuring kickstart server, I was unable to choose packages for clients. I am able when the "core" option was
given in yum resository file. Why I should give that option. Without that can't I do?

Thank you.
 
Old 08-16-2010, 12:45 PM   #2
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Hi,
I am using RHEL-5 box with kickstart server. I want perform kickstart installation for clients. So when I configuring kickstart server, I was unable to choose packages for clients. I am able when the "core" option was
given in yum resository file. Why I should give that option. Without that can't I do?

Thank you.
You hardly ever post follow-ups or answer any questions to your posts, and seem to post things that you could find easily via the man pages or through Google. As such, I'm reluctant to look things up for you.

Go to RedHat's knowledgebase (since you're paying for access with your RHEL subscription), and look up the readme on kickstart. The answers are in there.
 
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Old 08-16-2010, 01:49 PM   #3
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You hardly ever post follow-ups or answer any questions to your posts, and seem to post things that you could find easily via the man pages or through Google. As such, I'm reluctant to look things up for you.

Go to RedHat's knowledgebase (since you're paying for access with your RHEL subscription), and look up the readme on kickstart. The answers are in there.
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