[CentOS] Whereis system-config-kickstart

Robert Moskowitz rgm at htt-consult.com
Fri Mar 17 12:38:28 UTC 2006

At 12:13 AM 3/17/2006, Robert wrote:
>Robert Moskowitz wrote:
>>At 10:13 PM 3/16/2006, Jim Perrin wrote:
>>> >  To use Kickstart Configurator, you must be running the X 
>>> Window System. To
>>> > start Kickstart Configurator, select Applications (the main menu on the
>>> > panel) => System Tools => Kickstart, or type the command
>>> > /usr/sbin/system-config-kickstart.
>>> >
>>> >  Can't find it.
>>>It's not installed.
>>> > So where is it hiding?
>>>yum install system-config-kickstart
>>got it thanks.
>>Now how do I figure out the packages and applications?
>You might do a
>$ yum grouplist


>To see what groups are available and have a look at  /root/anaconda-ks.cfg
>on a pretty much loaded system.  Then there's the help file at
>which is in the RPM you just installed.

Did not help me much at all.

Where IS this .xml file in the Centos directories?  I do have a local share.

>Good luck!
>>Something about the base/comps.xml ?
>>And once I find that on the CD, how to read/interpret it?
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