[PC-BSD Testing] path to post-install.sh in automated installation 9Release

GO. info at Godot.de
Mon Jan 16 07:38:04 PST 2012


this link within pc-autoinstall is working correct with 
pc_config: /boot/pcinstall.cfg.de
...
# shutdown_cmd: sh /post-install.sh (was not working)
# runScript=/root/post-install.sh (was not working)

when pcinstall.cfg.de doing the partitioning and copying this line goes into darkness
runScript=/root/post-install.sh
... No such file ...

Testing post-install script consumes much time because waiting for automated install, need a faster way to check correct path. Time is lost at this moment on console after correct copying and detecting X Server for another GUI setup after full install.

Now another 20min with tipps in new pcinstall....
Good Work on Release 9 and good Morning!

Marc

Am 16.01.2012 um 15:38 schrieb Kris Moore:

> On 01/15/2012 18:57, GO. wrote:
>> Tried automated install with post-install.sh file located in cd<root> and also in /boot:
>> No such file or directory
>> 
>> 
>> where it should be found when booting from cd?
>> (The call starts from /boot/pc-autoinstall.conf)
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> "post-install.sh" isn't automatically called. What does your
> /boot/pc-autoinstall.conf look like? Does it provide a path to your
> pc-sysinstall configuration properly? In that config you create a line
> like this:
> 
> runExtCommand=sh <path to>/post-install.sh
> 
> You can also use ${FSMNT} as the location of the mounted disk.
> 
> -- 
> Kris Moore
> PC-BSD Software
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