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node_jkarabeg
23-May-2012, 19:50
Hi All,

Getting this error while attempting to add <oemconfig> elements to config.xml to modify the partitioning.


Extra element oemconfig in interleave

And the validation fails and the build errors out.

Relevant section:

<preferences>
...
<type boot="oemboot/suse-SLES11" filesystem="ext3" image="oem" installiso="true" primary="true">
<size additive="true" unit="M">40</size>
<oemconfig>
<oem-home>false</oem-home>
<oem-swap>false</oem-swap>
<oem-systemsize>48128</oem-systemsize>
</oemconfig>
</type>
...
</preferences>


Perhaps the size element needs modification, however it still fails with it commented out as well...

Is this a configuration error? How can we use this element? Is it possible?

Thanks! :cool:

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31-May-2012, 13:30
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node_jkarabeg
07-Jun-2012, 17:21
node,

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Hi,

No help was given, but by looking through as many of the kiwi files I could, I ascertained that oem_home was no longer an accepted element, removing it allowed it to work!

Thanks!