I recently performed a kickstart-install of CentOS 6, using the minimal image. Needless to say, many of the packages listed in my kickstart file were not found, so I told it to ignore them.
After installation was complete and connection to the internet was secured, I did a massive yum install using the list of packages from the kickstart file.
Most everything went smoothly with over 800 items being successfully installed, except that a good portion of the packages were reported as not found. I would like to know if the package names used in a kickstart file are different from those used in the yum repositories, or if my package names are simply out of date and no longer exist (my kickstart file was originally created for CentOS 5.3, I believe.)
The list of bad names is here:
I'm sure there are things in there I don't need (this is a server and I won't be printing anything) and some items do look kind of old (dial-up? Is that what I think it is??) but things like hardware-monitoring and mysql-client look important...
Thanks for the help!