I'm installing a CentOS 7 VM, and I would like to create a RAM disk inside the
%pre section of a Kickstart file.
However, doing so via
mkfs -q /dev/ram1 8192
is not possible as the
mkfs binary is not present in the Kickstart environment, and all other
mkfs.* filesystem-specific commands return an error "/dev/ram1: no such file or directory".
Is there any other way to do so?