I am creating custom install media using the Fedora Core 14 DVD as a base and I have gathered all of the packages and their dependencies I require using the yumdownloader command. In my kickstart file I have the following for the packages section:
I made sure to download the @core group along with the ones listed above. The problem I'm running into is that I don't know how to update the media's repo information to reflect some of the updated packages I have downloaded. So when I go to install on the device, it's saying it can't read/open a certain package and you can see that it's looking for an older version because I'm guessing its repo is telling anaconda that this is the specific version to look for. I'm looking for a way to "update" the repo found on the installation media.
I appreciate the help!
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I would also appreciate any input one may have regarding creating custom media. As this is my first time attempting such a feat, I may be going about this in convoluted ways where easier solutions may exist. I found that the 'spin' documentation did not really shed light on how to encapsulate your flavour of Fedora into a custom iso.