I am creating a proof of concept distro for CentOS and for the moment would just like to install the @base and @core packages for my distro. I have my kickstart file configured to boot into a text installer, but I'm struggling to figure out how to get the installer to find my packages on my ISO.
I have found the syntax for --repo in the kickstart, but I'm not entirely sure what file I'm actually looking to reference to. I also am aware of using the createrepo command, but not sure how this would help as I have the standard repo files from the original CentOS 7 ISO and I'm not yet trying to add my own rpm's.
I have attached 2 screenshots, one of the GUI installer and one of the text installer. These should be exactly the same error, I don't have a source for my packages on my ISO. The packages are there, but I don't know how to tell the installer to find @base and @core packages that I copied over from the original CentOS ISO.
edit: In case it's helpful here is my current kickstart file:
install cdrom text keyboard us lang en_US.UTF-8 rootpw --iscrypted $6$XRIetvtFyLXRFVzZ$jX7xRxsN6M.DIqwJ9DQui9ytaqK3IAzauSqB4zeRNvMKJo6xCJQAk90XIaxh.SBn0IBtyZM7ZlHK8eSk55VnG0 timezone America/Denver --isUtc #partitioning clearpart --none --initlabel autopart --type=lvm #bootloader info bootloader --location=mbr --driveorder=sda %packages @core %end