December 12th, 2013
I completed my first RHEL 7 kickstart just a few minutes ago. I did have to tweak my old RHEL 6 kickstart file to get it to install. Some of the packages aren’t there and it looks like they removed or renamed some of the package groups as well. I’d like to see some of the RHEL 7 documentation to confirm my suspicions, but I don’t know (and don’t care enough to look for) if the documentation exists yet.
Also, the new anaconda is much better than the old one, IMHO.
First successful RHEL 7 kickstart
November 13th, 2013
Being in Microsoft Exchange class this week reminded me just exactly how much I love Unix and Linux. That is all. Related Posts:No Related Posts
October 27th, 2013
Last weekend, I replaced the ignition coil on my wife’s van. It was a lot like replacing the motherboard on a laptop. There are a lot of things in odd places only a contortionist could reach. Invariably, the thing you need to replace is in the hardest place to get to. The hardest part of […]
September 30th, 2013
I just got my first Blue Screen of Death from Windows 8.1 Pro Preview… and it only took me 3 hours. I think it would look better if it had the fish from the start screen floating on top, upside down, and bloated. Here is the original fish startup screen: Here is my mock-up of […]
July 30th, 2013
Q: Why should I? Why not use a lxc template instead? A: Because you’ll have to download the base packages every time. Then you’ll have to install other packages that aren’t in the base template (like wget and git). Q: Why install puppet after I have the new container running? A: Because puppet makes life […]