Re: IPTables and kickstart %post
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On Thu, 4 Aug 2011, Stuart Browne wrote:
Hi,I've got a number of (in-house) RPM packages that I want installed during a kickstart build (no problem's there), but they add iptables rules in order to allow specific services in.During the kickstart under RHEL5, the iptables modules are not available for usage so the usual rule manipulation commands aren't available. Modifying the '/etc/sysconfig/iptables' file doesn't work well either given that these packages are also installed on running systems.
It sounds like you need to add the requirement for the iptables modules and /etc/sysconfig/iptables to the in-house RPMs you've created. This way, the RPM transaction will take the requirement into account.
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