snake-install man page
snake-install -- A convenient utility that downloads boot images, and updates the bootloader using the supplied installation URI.
snake-install [options] URI [kickstart]
The snake-install command is responsible for grabbing boot images from the supplied URI, modifying the bootloader config, and rebooting into the installer. If you don't have a URI, use the snake-install-tui command. When a kickstart filename is supplied, snake-install will perform a kickstart installation using the specified file. Any additional command-line arguments will be ignored.
Unless the --help or -h option is given, a URI must be present.
The following command line options are permitted.
- -h, --help
Help; display a help message and then quit.
- -i, --interactive
Interactive; prompt user for installation information.
See https://fedorahosted.org/snake for more information, including information on scripting snake from Python.
For information about pykickstart, refer to http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/pykickstart.
See also the manpages for snake-tree, snake-ks, snake-install-tui, and snake-server
Various. See https://fedorahosted.org/snake