Bsd updating motd

Posted by / 14-Oct-2017 11:35

Bsd updating motd

You can automate the installation by including a file called folder of the ISO.When the Free BSD installation starts it looks for that file.More specifically, I'd like to provide an overview of how I built a custom Free BSD 10.1 ISO that I use as part of my build process.If you're not familiar with how KVM images are created for Smart OS/Smart Data Center the general workflow goes like this: For more detail about all of the steps above, you can read more in the SDC7 doc under How to Create a KVM Image.Issuing a full shutdown at the end prevents the automatic reboot from happening. The above information should hopefully be useful to anyone who wants to create a custom Free BSD ISO with an automated/unattended installation.

The first version of the image was released a few weeks ago and I'd like to share how I went about building the image.Pretty much everything I'm going to talk about can be found in the script, so if you want take a look at that first, got for it.Building a custom Free BSD ISO is fairly easy but there are a few catches (more on that later).Free BSD 9.0 introduced a new installer called bsdinstall.When you boot a Free BSD 9.0 or newer ISO the installer is automatically started once the boot timer runs out, which kicks off the bsdinstall process.

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