Is there an easy way to automatically append an option to the default kernel that is installed? Or do I need to hack at this with some perl?>
Perfect! If autoyast actually created a valid document that I could validate, or if there was a DTD available, I would not have these issues.
1) You can use "yast2 autoyast" to generate or edit the XML-Files. Actually the XML-Code I've provided was generated using "yast2 autoyast".
2) There are DTD files available, see /usr/share/autoinstall/dtd/profile.dtd in RPM-Package: autoyast2-installation-2.13.56-3
GUNREBEN, PETER (Peter) wrote
- There are DTD files available, see
/usr/share/autoinstall/dtd/profile.dtd in RPM-Package: autoyast2-installation-2.13.56-3
But they aren't up to date and fail to validate some valid profiles...