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systeminstaller.conf - SystemInstaller configuration file
This file, by default located in
/etc/systeminstaller/systeminstaller.conf is used by the
SystemInstaller programis to determine what configuration information
should be applied to your system.
The file looks something like the following:
# This is a comment
# The distinfo directory tree for SystemInstaller
# The directory for package files
# SystemInstaller commands
The following options are available within the config file
The directories where the SIS executable files reside. This is
appended to the PATH environment variable and should be a colon
delimited list of path names.
The directory where the SystemInstaller distribution tree resides.
The directory where the distribution installable packages reside.
The name of the SystemInstaller command to define machines.
The name of the SystemInstaller command to define images.
The name of the SystemInstaller command to define disk tables.
The name of the SystemImager command to create auto-install
The name of the SystemImager command to define machines.
The name of the SystemImager command to delete images.
The default method for IP address assignment. Valid values are:
static_dhcp The same address will be assigned by DHCP at every
dynamic_dhcp A different address may be assigned by DHCP at every
static IP addresses are manually set.
replicant IP addresses are not set. This is used when backing up a
The default action to take after installation is complete. Valid
beep Beep incessantly.
reboot Restart the machine.
shutdown Halt the machine.
The default disk type. Valid values are: ide, scsi
rpm The command to use to install rpm packages.
Additional arguments to add to the rpm command during installation.
With some distros (Mandrake, Suse) the --noscripts option needs to
The filename of the rpmrc file. This is used to determine
The command to use to install Debian packages.
Tells SystemInstaller commands to use verbose output. 0=no, 1=yes.
Also settable with the --verbose flag on individual comands.
The filename to store the generated package cache in. A file with
this name will be placed in any package directory when an image is
built. If the value of this variable starts with a /. It will be
considered an absolute path and the file will be placed there.
Whether to fail the image build when package installation fails.
Whether to fail the image build when post-installation fails.
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