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Re: F10 NFS Install Query

On Thu, 2008-11-27 at 13:26 +0000, Simon Andrews wrote:
> John Austin wrote:
> > On Thu, 2008-11-27 at 11:20 +0000, Simon Andrews wrote:
> >> Simon Andrews wrote:
> >>> Someone else reported that you can bypass the problem by specifying your 
> >>> nfs directory in the initial boot options:
> >>>
> >>> method=nfsiso:example.com:/some/dir/
> >>>
> >>> This worked for me.
> >> I've reported this as a bug BZ#473251
> > 
> > I have tried the method=nfsiso:example.com:/some/dir/ when using the
> > main DVD to boot from - that failed.
> That's odd - I've done this (using the netinstall image rather than the 
> install DVD) on a few machines now and it's worked every time.  I'd be 
> surprised if the install DVD acted differently to the netinstall CD in 
> this regard.
> How does it fail when you try this?  Is it still looking for an /images/ 
> directory?

Yes it comes up and asks again for the NFS server and directory and then
says it has been looking for images dir.
I would have expected it not to ask again and take the info
from the command line

> > I have successfully tried the method suggested by
> > Alex Viskovatoff in the other thread
> Glad you managed to get it working somehow.
> > I think it probably only needs the documentation updating
> > to say put the install.img file in an images subdirectory for an NFS
> > install
> I disagree.  You shouldn't need to do this - and it make it a right pain 
> if (as I have) you have an i386 and and x86_64 iso in the same nfs 
> directory.  Anaconda can handle this situation and I suspect that not 
> being able to do this through the askmethod route will turn out to be a 
> simple bug.
> Simon.
OK point taken !
Just that it won't happen until F11


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