[CentOS] Possible to reboot a system after kickstart installation without pressing a key?

Markus Falb markus.falb at fasel.at
Sun Oct 31 07:00:29 EDT 2010


On 31.10.10 11:35, Sean Carolan wrote:
> The subject just about says it all - I'm wondering if there is a way
> to do a completely hands-off installation, including the reboot at the
> end, without "Press any key to continue"?

Use the 'reboot' option in your kickstart.

From the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Installation Guide:

...snip
reboot (optional)
Reboot after the installation is successfully completed (no arguments).
Normally, kickstart displays
a message and waits for the user to press a key before rebooting.
The reboot option is roughly equivalent to the shutdown -r command.
snap...

-- 
Best Regards,
Markus Falb

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