Jerry Vonau wrote:
Martin Langhoff wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 19, 2008 at 10:23 PM, Jeroen van Meeuwen
> <kanarip(a)kanarip.com> wrote:
>> Hence the log-file is of interest to me ;-)
> Sent it in a private email :-)
>> Yes, anaconda-runtime needs to exist in the repositories you use.
> Sorry - I should have clarified - anaconda-runtime *is* in the repos
> configured. (otherwise, adding it to the ks wouldn't help anyway!)
"runtime" won't be in the repo that you're "spinning", and
that is the
one that buildinstall is going to use:
if [[ "$REPO" =~ ^/ ]]; then
[ -n "$OUTPUT" ] || OUTPUT=$REPO
and from the log OUTPUT is set to:
That is the repo that getting spun right?
That is the composed tree, yes.
From the log files though, you can see that more then one repository is
used during buildinstall:
Running Command: /usr/lib/revisor/scripts/F9-buildinstall --debug \
--product OLPC School Server --variant xs-f9-i386 --version 0.5 \
--release OLPC School Server 0.5 \
All of these should be searched for the anaconda-runtime package... I'm
trying to figure out why it isn't so.
Jeroen van Meeuwen