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Old 08-11-2009, 06:34 AM   #1
qwertyjjj
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anaconda?


I have an anaconda file in my root:
anaconda-ks.cfg

does it need to be left there? I was doing a bit of tidying up.
The rest are:
anaconda-ks.cfg
ftpbackup - script I'm using
install.log.syslog
SystemEmail - script I'm using
autoftp - script I'm using
install.log
postmap.log
 
Old 08-11-2009, 06:43 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by qwertyjjj View Post
I have an anaconda file in my root:
anaconda-ks.cfg

does it need to be left there? I was doing a bit of tidying up.
The rest are:
anaconda-ks.cfg
ftpbackup - script I'm using
install.log.syslog
SystemEmail - script I'm using
autoftp - script I'm using
install.log
postmap.log
this is the kickstart file generated from that server install. no you dont need it really, but it really would help if you are doing another install that is effectively on the same hardware and using the same software packages. in effect this file would completely automate another install, meaning there would need to be no interaction from yourself.
bottom line is - if you are not doing any sort of automated install, then you can get rid of.
install log and postmap log can go too
 
  


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