A created a liveCD and installed it to my hard drive. The firstboot prompted me for configuration information (firewalls, SELinux, a new user, and other features). I would like to skip this step so I researched how to do skip it and found the following link
Which included the following excerpt
By default, firstboot (which lets you configure firewalls, SELinux, a new user, and other features when you boot the CD) is off by default. If you like, you can turn it on by changing NO to YES in the following line:
echo "RUN_FIRSTBOOT=NO" > /etc/sysconfig/firstboot
Since this was not included in the %post section of the kickstart file (F8-desktop.ks) I am using, I added it. I created a liveCD, booted the system using it, logged on and installed to hard drive. However, when I booted the hard drive for the first time, I was still prompted for configuration information (firewalls, SELinux, a new user, etc). I was thinking I would not be prompted for this info.
Am I missing something?