We have bare metal systems that have no network at boot/install time (LACP
without fallback is used and we could not find any way to do PXE or DHCP at
So we decided to use Uyuni integrated cobbler to create a bootable ISO for
#cobbler buildiso --distro=k8s-nodes-test:1:itmw-oss --airgapped
We were able to boot from that image after switching from UEFI to legacy
BIOS boot style.
Autoyast starts but throws this errors:
"could not set patterns: enhanced_base"
"These packages cannot be found in the software repositories:
autoyast2: The package is not available
autoyast2-installation: The package is not available
chrony-pool-empty: The package is not available
tuned: The package is not available"
And finally dies with: "... nothing provides /bin/sh needed by
I checked content of my ISO image and think it looks good, can also find
the missing rpm files there:
# find ./|grep -e chrony-pool-empty -e tuned -e bash-[0-9]
I implemented it on a test system and was also able to find the rpms
autoyast is missing.
Why can't autoyast find these files? Must i reference them in my xml, in
add-on section? If so, how?
How can i create a bootable iso to install with autoyast without having a
Or is there an easy way to create a boot iso that can activate LACP and
then do a network install?
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