Disk initialization does not work in AutoYaST
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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP1
in AutoYaST, but this does not work anymore.
As a workaround you can initialize the disk via a pre-install script.
If not already in your AutoYaST profile add a section
and in this section add the following
<pre-scripts config:type="list">But be aware, when you do a semi automatic installation, where the user has to accept the configuration, the disk is initialized BEFORE the user gets asked !
parted -s <device>rm 1
parted -s <device>rm 2
parted -s <device>rm 3
parted -s <device>rm 4
This issue is fixed, please use
to create a yast2-update structure and include it to your auto-install.
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- Document ID:3664970
- Creation Date: 14-Sep-2007
- Modified Date:03-Mar-2020
- SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
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