When kickstarting centos or redhat, it was usually necessary to add an “eula --agreed” line to the kickstart file to have the kickstart session automatically reboot after finishing. For example:
cmdline ignoredisk --only-use=sda keyboard --vckeymap=us --xlayouts='us' lang en_US.UTF-8 eula --agreed
…etc. But when I do this with a full AlmaLinux 8.5 distro grabbed from a mirror, it does not honor this line, and the kickstart stops after the postinstall stage with:
Use of this product is subject to the license agreement found at: /usr/share/almalinux-release/EULA Installation complete. Press ENTER to quit:
I remember testing almalinux with kickstart a few months ago, using the files from the DVD ISO, and don’t remember encountering this. What is causing this, and how can I get around it (ie. have the kickstart accept the EULA and reboot automatically)?