I'm trying to create an autoyast script for SLD and have only been moderately successful.
I used the autoyast module through the ncurses interface (no GUI on my server) to create a basic file with the partitioning info and a basic package selection. I the edited the file to change the package selection to use some of the SLD .sel files instead of the SLES8 .sel files.
I'm finding that the script creation utility is basically designed to create a script file for SLES rather than for any SUSE distro and thus it's rather limiting and I have to edit the text files by hand to do the distro-specific settings.
Is there a way to have the autoyast module pick up the details of the distro I want to customise a script for from a file path or something? There does appear to be a setting which allows you to indicate where your package sources are, which I've set. but it doesn't make a difference.
Also, I'm finding that my script does the selections automatically now, but the installation still wants me to select 'Accept' to continue the installation. What's missing - I'm guessing it's something in the script file? I'm looking to do a completely hands-off installation.