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snipets:solaris:build-zone [2014/10/01 02:19]
sjorge fixed kayak config
snipets:solaris:build-zone [2014/10/09 22:02] (current)
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 ## rpool ## rpool
 BuildRpool c1t0d0 BuildRpool c1t0d0
-SetHostname ​nightly-testing+SetHostname ​omnios-nightly
 SetTimezone Europe/​Brussels SetTimezone Europe/​Brussels
 RootPW '​$5$o.b1VKc/​$GgHl.du5uL6CYm6pRqRR7Lifj92CcBq.qDEAKUXZL21'​ RootPW '​$5$o.b1VKc/​$GgHl.du5uL6CYm6pRqRR7Lifj92CcBq.qDEAKUXZL21'​
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 Postboot '/​usr/​sbin/​beadm mount omnios-testing /a' Postboot '/​usr/​sbin/​beadm mount omnios-testing /a'
 Postboot '/​usr/​gnu/​bin/​rm /​a/​.initialboot'​ Postboot '/​usr/​gnu/​bin/​rm /​a/​.initialboot'​
-Postboot '/​usr/​gnu/​bin/​sed -i "​s/​enabled=\'​true\'/​enabled=\'​false\'/"​ /​a/​lib/​svc/​manifest/​system/​initial-boot.xml'​ 
 Postboot '/​usr/​sbin/​shutdown -i6 -g0 -y' Postboot '/​usr/​sbin/​shutdown -i6 -g0 -y'
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
 On the initial boot it will install onu and create a new BE populated with the updated packages and reboot. It will then drop you in the new system running a freshly build gate :) On the initial boot it will install onu and create a new BE populated with the updated packages and reboot. It will then drop you in the new system running a freshly build gate :)
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