%post in ubuntu kickstart
Rohit Kumar Mehta
rohitm at engr.uconn.edu
Wed Mar 25 16:13:52 GMT 2009
Sorry Stephen, I'm not sure why it fails either.
I would only try the very obvious things (make sure you have the
absolute path to useradd, etc). You could also try your command "useradd
... >/var/log/useraddlog" and maybe that would provide some more
information. I'm pretty sure a one-time python script would work.
stephen mulcahy wrote:
> Rohit Kumar Mehta wrote:
>> However my post "%post --interpreter=/bin/bash" does run inside the
>> /target. I found some things difficult to do through the bash script,
>> so one of the actions in the post was to cd to /etc/rc2.d and download a
>> perl script with wget and chmod +x it. The perl script is my real
>> finish script. It runs upon first boot, and then deletes itself. I
>> like the solution very much.
> Thanks Rohit.
> Looking further, my %post also seems to run inside /target
> My confusion stems from the following part of my %post script failing
> useradd -p '$6$oTSZNL/kPAlPKB11o71HZiN/NMkRkBYRImy0' -m a_user -s
> /bin/bash -G admin
> I'm trying to add a second user (including a hashed password) - but it
> silently fails (nothing in /var/log/syslog). If I run this from the
> kickseed console before rebooting it runs fine so I'm unclear as to why
> it is failing. Any ideas?
> The perl/python script idea has appeal if only to get around stuff like
> the above.
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