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Old 07-24-2003, 06:32 PM   #1
deepika
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%include directive in Kickstart configuration file


Hi ,

I wanted to know where the file "/tmp/part-include" in below line is stored to be used during kickstart configuration?

%include /tmp/part-include

Is it stored at local hard drive? But how can it be stored on a disk when it's not at all configured?

Please advice.

Thanks & regards,
Deepika
 
  


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