Hi We have some problems with the automatic installation if the server we want to install, has more than two interfaces to configure. There is now way how i can be sure that a specific network card gets the right configuration after the installation. This is because there is no way to specify the MAC address for a interface. So there is no relation to the real hardware. am i right that the kickstart command "network" just writes the configuration in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ ? Why not also write the MAC adress to this file during installation? This may solve many problems. This way the Network interfaces are all in the right order and we are all happy :-) -- Andreas Zuber Linux System-Ingenieur Puzzle ITC GmbH www.puzzle.ch Telefon +41 31 370 22 00 Direkt +41 31 370 22 49 Mobile +41 79 766 25 51 Fax +41 31 370 22 01 Puzzle ist Mitglied der Eclipse Foundation: <http://www.puzzle.ch/eclipse/>
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