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How to automatically run bash script during or after a kickstart install of RHEL5?

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I have written a post install configuration script and a kickstart file for RHEL5 installation.
I cannot get the config script to work inside the kickstart installation.

If this is not possible I would like the %post section of the kickstart file at least be able to successfully pull scripts off of a usb flash drive and execute them when the installer finishes.

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Ok...I think it would be sufficient if someone could explain the process of having a bash script run at boot time. I'm running RHEL5.
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