Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 826126
Update satellite documentation to reflect the fact that kickstart script drop-down language is for syntax highlighting not actual scripting language
Last modified: 2015-05-11 18:08:31 EDT
Description of problem:
Satellite deployment guide should point out that the kickstart script contents section drop-down menu is for syntax highlighting. The actual scripting language is indicated in the scripting language section
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
In the satellite web-ui, navigate to a kickstart file, then go the the Scripts section of the kickstart. There is section called 'Kickstart Script', with the 'Script Contents*' editor. There is a drop-down menu with scripting languages.
Steps to Reproduce:
The satellite web-ui and the satellite documentation make it appear as if the drop-down menu in the 'Script Contents*' section is for setting the scripting language for the script.
The satellite web-ui and the satellite documentation should point out the fact that the drop-down menu in the 'Script Contents*' section is for syntax highlighting.
The Deployment Guide is no longer a current document. I have changed the component to the Getting Started Guide, which is where the kickstart information is currently found.
I've looked for "Kickstart Script" in the Getting Started Guide and I do not really see any mention of this.
Calvin, can you provide a link to the content you are referring to so I can understand the context and where this is located in.
In the Red Hat Network satellite reference guide:
section 18.104.22.168.15, is where the kickstart script is mentioned.