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epel-6-i386, epel-6-x86_64 images - strange behaviour
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Radek Bursztynowski
2013-09-30 12:51:53 UTC
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Hello,

I installed epel-6-i386 epel-6-x86_64 images and I can see strange behaviour both of them. Client boots, I can see LDM login screen, but after few seconds LDM switchs to the screens which we know from CentOS installation: the first - welcome, the next one - license agreement, the next one - users management and the last one - NTP. Theses screens appear every client starting.

How to delete theses screens?

Best regards,
Radek
Peter Onion
2013-09-30 15:14:09 UTC
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Try "chkconfig firstboot off" in the chroot.

PeterO
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Subject: [K12OSN] epel-6-i386, epel-6-x86_64 images - strange behaviour
Hello,
I installed epel-6-i386 epel-6-x86_64 images and I can see strange behaviour both of them. Client boots, I can see LDM login screen, but after few seconds LDM switchs to the screens which we know from CentOS installation: the first - welcome, the next one - license agreement, the next one - users management and the last one - NTP. Theses screens appear every client starting.
How to delete theses screens?
Best regards,
Radek
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Radek Bursztynowski
2013-09-30 18:49:24 UTC
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Peter,

Thanks for help. It works.

Best regards,
Radek
Post by Peter Onion
Try "chkconfig firstboot off" in the chroot.
PeterO
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Sent: Monday, 30 September 2013, 13:51
Subject: [K12OSN] epel-6-i386, epel-6-x86_64 images - strange behaviour
Hello,
I installed epel-6-i386 epel-6-x86_64 images and I can see strange behaviour both of them. Client boots, I can see LDM login screen, but after few seconds LDM switchs to the screens which we know from CentOS installation: the first - welcome, the next one - license agreement, the next one - users management and the last one - NTP. Theses screens appear every client starting.
How to delete theses screens?
Best regards,
Radek
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