Ah crap. So I found out as to *why* it was doing it.
Seems that from HTML form input to creating the script the formatting
messed up and added windows-style carriage returns.
A quick *dos2unix* before running the "--firstboot" script seems to have
fixed the issue.
As always, the issue was between the chair and the computer :D
Thanks for the reply though!
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On Fri, Oct 7, 2016 at 5:18 PM, Richard W.M. Jones <rjo...@redhat.com>
> On Fri, Oct 07, 2016 at 04:42:21PM -0400, Charlie Drage wrote:
> > I apologize if this is not the appropriate place to contact you..
> Adding the mailing list.
> > Got a weird issue!
> > So when I use --firstboot via virt-sysprep on a host, it's totally fine.
> > However..
> > In this scenario:
> > 1. virt-sysprep an offline image
> > 2. transfer said image from one node to another
> > 3. bring it up via libvirt
> > It errors out with:
> > === Running /usr/lib/virt-sysprep/scripts/0001--tmp-292-firstboot ===
> > /etc/init.d/virt-sysprep-firstboot: 35: /etc/init.d/virt-sysprep-
> > /usr/lib/virt-sysprep/scripts-done/0001--tmp-292-firstboot: not found
> > My question is! When applying this "firstboot" script, is it required
> > it's brought up on the same host that virt-sysprep'd it?
> No, there's no such requirement.
> This could be a bug, but it's hard to say. What version of
> virt-sysprep? What guest type & version?
> Richard Jones, Virtualization Group, Red Hat http://people.redhat.com/~
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