Since there are no updated mintMenu rpm packages I’ll install mintMenu from tarball. Until somebody steps up and continues pushing mintMenu Fedora package I can use only tarball version of mintMenu.
I’ll add these lines to Fedora Remix kickstart file:
# Download and install mintMenu
mkdir "$INSTALL_ROOT/extra/mintmenu" -p
cd "$INSTALL_ROOT/extra/mintmenu" -p
tar xvzf mintmenu*
cp -r mintmenu/usr/lib/linuxmint/ "$INSTALL_ROOT/usr/lib/"
cp mintmenu/usr/lib/bonobo/servers/mintMenu.server "$INSTALL_ROOT/usr/lib/bonobo/servers/mintMenu.server"
cp mintmenu/usr/bin/mintmenu "$INSTALL_ROOT/usr/bin/"
this block of code goes in
%post --nochroot part of kicstar files.
After creating a fresh ISO image I’ll see if everything went as planed or if I made some wrong assumptions on how this should work.
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