Kickstart file dies at the very end of the "%post" section

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I made a custom kickstart file. It works great until the very end of the "%post" section. It does all the stuff I show below until it gets to the line that says "cp -f -v /etc/samba/smb.conf /etc/samba/smb.bak". I know that line never get executed and the line before ("mount testlinux:/nfs/fc7 /mnt/temp") it may not work but I have no way of knowing. I do know the line "mkdir -p /mnt/temp" works. Also, "mount testlinux:/nfs/fc7 /mnt/temp" works from the command line. Does Anaconda/Kickstart write its errors anywhere?

Any ideas?



chkconfig bluetooth off
chkconfig nfs on
chkconfig nmb on
chkconfig smb on
chkconfig winbind on
chkconfig bttrack off
chkconfig dund off
chkconfig hidd off
chkconfig pand off

mkdir -p /etc/system-info
date --iso-8601=minutes > /etc/system-info/install-date
echo "method=kickstart version=1 revision=1" > /etc/system-info/install-method
mkdir -p /batch
mkdir -p /downloads

cat <<EOF >/tmp/crontab.root
# Update YUM
40 23 * * * /batch/ > /tmp/yum_update.txt
0 3 * * * /batch/ > /tmp/yum_update.txt

crontab /tmp/crontab.root
rm /tmp/crontab.root

mkdir -p /mnt/temp
mount testlinux:/nfs/fc7 /mnt/temp
cp -f -v /etc/samba/smb.conf /etc/samba/smb.bak
cp -f -v /mnt/temp/smb.conf /etc/samba/smb.conf
cp -r /mnt/temp/batch/* /batch/
cp -r /mnt/temp/downloads/* /downloads/
chmod 755 /batch/*.sh
chmod 755 /downloads/*.sh

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