Are you one of those, who run custom scripts during or after an AutoYaST installation? Maybe you have been dreaming of getting this integrated into the YaST installation workflow and visible in the installation dialog? This article outlines the steps required to have custom scripts snap nicely into the installation framework including progress bar, messages about the individual steps being performed, logging and help text – just like many of the other installation dialogs.
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Sharing information has always been something I felt was important. Knowing the source of data one receives is also important. Setting up Thunderbird to provide the ability to sign data in a non-repudiated way is easier than it sounds like it should be. Doing so lets those who receive what you post/send/publish know it came from you and not another posing as you.