Ubuntu system package type

The System Package Types window lets you create a custom system package type or change configuration information for the Ubuntu system package type.

Field definitions

Ubuntu version

Select the Ubuntu version for which you want to create a custom system package type.

System package type

Name of the system package type.

OS installer location

Directory where the operating system installer is located.

The location you specify should be relative to the root directory of the data store. For example, if the root directory of the data store is the location: C:\Program Files\BMC Software\BladeLogic\PXE\pxestore
and the OS installer files reside in:  C:\Program Files\BMC Software\BladeLogic\PXE\pxestore\Ubuntu12
(or C:\Program Files\BMC Software\BladeLogic\PXE\pxestore\Ubuntu14),
You would enter Ubuntu12 (or Ubuntu14).

The requirement is that the installer path name must be the parent directory of the following directory for the version of Ubuntu Linux that you are provisioning: images

RSCD agent installer Location

Directory where the installer for the RSCD agent resides.

Copy the rscd.deb package

Boot kernel file name

The name assigned to the boot kernel file stored in the X86PC\pxelinux\ directory on the TFTP server (for example, C:\Program Files (x86)\BMC Software\BladeLogic\PXE\tftproot\).
By default, the boot kernel file is named linux.

Boot image file name

The name assigned to the boot image file stored in the X86PC\pxelinux\ directory on the TFTP server (for example, C:\Program Files (x86)\BMC Software\BladeLogic\PXE\tftproot\).
By default, the boot image file is named initrd.gz.

Where to go from here

 System package panels (generic)

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