How to prevent new installations when I have already installed my client through LAN boot?
ivan.reche at gmail.com
Thu Feb 9 03:45:59 CET 2012
2012/2/9 Michał Dwużnik <michal.dwuznik at gmail.com>
> Hi Ivan,
> that's exactly what I meant in the original post by 'properly
> configuring ssh' ;)
> Generate the key inside the nfs chroot and set it up for server login.
> have a look there:
> Good luck
> > I've studied the proposed script but I can't seem to use it because ssh
> > won't authenticate without interaction from the user. I've read somewhere
> > that FAI should generate the keys needed to use ssh without password
> > authentication automatically, but I couldn't find anything related to
> > in the documentation.
> > Does someone knows if it is possible to execute ssh commands in the
> > from an installation client? That would solve this issue for me.
> > Thanks in advance.
> Michal Dwuznik
Just another thing that came to me right now: I've just printed all the
environment variables in my installation client and I couldn't find any
reference to the server (the computer that is providing the installation,
nfs, etc). Is this right? How do I get this info?
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