Vladimir Slavik <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Anaconda automatically loads custom
%post kickstart scripts from the drop directory
/usr/share/anaconda/post-scripts. File names of these scripts must end with “ks”, eg.
do-something.ks`. If the user does not provide any kickstart to the
installer, the scripts from this directory are still loaded and run.
These drop-in scripts are executed at the end of installation, after any
%post scripts loaded
from the kickstart file supplied for the installation. They are also handled differently than
scripts from kickstart supplied by user: Logging of the drop-in scripts is different, and they are
not saved to the “output” kickstart file
Files with these scripts should contain only comments and the
%post script section(s), such as:
# Register foo with bar for baz # John Doe, 2048 AD %post bar --register foo %end %post --interpreter=/usr/bin/python import baz baz.update_from_bar("foo") baz.rewrite_config() %end
All standard features of the
%post script sections apply.
This functionality is NOT guaranteed to be a stable API.
Behavior for kickstart contents other than post scripts in these files is undefined.