I am creating a kickstart file, and I want to install certain Package Groups in the %packages section. I prefer to install Package Groups, and therefore use the @packagegroup syntax:
%packages @Base @Core @Perl
I need to find the correct group package name which is compatible with Kickstart/Anaconda, but Kickstart only seems to recognize certain abbreviated names for a package group. For example '@Directory Server' doesn't work, but something like '@Directory' might work.
The problem is that the abbreviated package group (e.g. '@shortname') is cryptic and hard to find. How can I see which @shortname corresponds with a Yum package group?
For example, the following Yum command will provide a description and package list of a package group:
$ yum groupinfo \* |head -30 Loaded plugins: changelog, downloadonly, fastestmirror, filter-data, list-data, : security Setting up Group Process Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * sl: ftp1.scientificlinux.org * sl-security: ftp1.scientificlinux.org Group: Directory Server Description: Machine and user identity servers. Optional Packages: krb5-server krb5-server-ldap migrationtools openldap-servers samba ypserv ...
However, referring to the package group
@Directory Server in my Kickstart file results in an error (Cannot find group