[Please note: I previously posted this question over at
yast-devel(a)opensuse.org, but was advised to re-ask my question in this
forum. Please forgive the cross-posting.]
Please forgive the very basic question, but I'm hoping someone can
suggest a solution. How can I arrange for a license agreement to be
displayed during an autoyast install? I have tried the following
possibilities, but so far, none seems to work:
1. Turned on <confirm>true</confirm> in the autoyast XML control file.
2. Added a "workflow" and "module" element in the autoyast control file.
3. Added a license.zip file to one of the "add-on products" (This works
when adding the "add-on" after installation, but not during
auto-install.) 4. Added the yast2-firstboot package to the list of
packages to be installed.
If I understood how autoyast determines which YCP modules to run (and in
what order), then I could try adding my own (to the "root" CRAMFS
archive on the installation medium), but so far, I don't understand how
to tell autoyast to run an additional new module.
(I am using SLES 10, not OpenSUSE.)
Any help, pointers, explanation would be much appreciated.
Thanks in advance!
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