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.IX Title "FAI-PROGRESS 1"
.TH FAI-PROGRESS 1 "2008-02-26" "perl v5.8.8" "User Contributed Perl Documentation"
.SH "NAME"
fai\-progress \- show an informative progress bar during FAI operations.
.SH "SYNOPSIS"
.IX Header "SYNOPSIS"
/usr/lib/cdebconf/debconf fai-progress
.SH "DESCRIPTION"
.IX Header "DESCRIPTION"
fai-progress is a script used to display an informative progress bar
during installations or softupdates using \s-1FAI\s0 and a standard cdebconf
method.
.PP
Use vga=788 as your kernel start parameter and you're getting the
\&\s-1GTK\s0 backend instead of textual \s-1NEWT\s0. You can use dpatch to change
the graphical logo to your own one.
.SH "ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES"
.IX Header "ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES"
.IP "\fB\s-1FAI_LOG_PATH\s0\fR        \s-1FAI\s0 logfile to monitor for changes" 10
.IX Item "FAI_LOG_PATH        FAI logfile to monitor for changes"
.PD 0
.IP "\fB\s-1FAI_METHOD\s0\fR          Either 'install' or 'update' \- this only controls the displayed information" 10
.IX Item "FAI_METHOD          Either 'install' or 'update' - this only controls the displayed information"
.IP "\fB\s-1GOSA_SI_SOCKET\s0\fR      Path to a named pipe to write the current progress information. It can be used for faimond related processes to update the client installation progress in percent." 10
.IX Item "GOSA_SI_SOCKET      Path to a named pipe to write the current progress information. It can be used for faimond related processes to update the client installation progress in percent."
.PD
.SH "USAGE"
.IX Header "USAGE"
This example is from the confdir.default.source hook. It creates a new \s-1VT\s0 and starts the fai-progress process inside of this \s-1VT\s0. It can be stopped by \*(L"echo fai\-progress: hangup >> \f(CW$FAI_LOG_PATH\fR\*(R".
.Sp
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        export TERM=linux ;
        export TERM_UTF8=yes ;
        export FAI_LOG_PATH=$LOGDIR/fai.log ;
        export DEBCONF_DEBUGFILE=$LOGDIR/debconf.log ;
        export DEBCONF_DEBUG=developer ;
        export LANG=UTF\-8
.Sp
.Vb 5
\&        if [ \-c /dev/fb0 ]; then
\&                export DEBIAN_FRONTEND=gtk ;
\&        else
\&                export DEBIAN_FRONTEND=newt ;
\&        fi ;
.Ve
.Sp
.Vb 5
\&        setterm \-blank 0 \-powersave off \-powerdown 0 ;
\&        echo \-ne "\e033%G" ;
\&        touch \-f $FAI_LOG_PATH ;
\&        /usr/lib/cdebconf/debconf /usr/bin/fai\-progress ;
\&        reset")
.Ve
.Sp
FAI_PROGRESS_VT=${FAI_PROGRESS_VT##* }
echo \*(L"${FAI_PROGRESS_VT##/dev/tty}\*(R" > \f(CW$LOGDIR\fR/fai\-progress\-vt
.Sp
chvt ${FAI_PROGRESS_VT##/dev/tty}
.SH "PRESUMPTION"
.IX Header "PRESUMPTION"
In order to display the installation progress correctly, you have to set the \s-1MAXPACKAGES\s0 \s-1FAI\s0 variable to a large value \- i.e. 10000.