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- Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Does anyone know how or if the Hyper-V kernel modules can be added via a kickstart file when the VM is build on a hypervisor other than Hyper-V?
We build a VM in VirtualBox then boot up, add drivers for hyper-v, then shutdown, and convert the vmdk file to vhdx. This is too time consuming, but it works.
We add the mods this way, and it works great.
dracut -f --add-drivers "hv_vmbus hv_storvsc hv_netvsc hv_utils hv_balloon hyperv-keyboard hyperv_fb hid-hyperv"
I'm not sure how to do the same thing in a kickstart. Maybe just run the same command in a %post installer section? Maybe there's a better way - a best practice method perhaps?