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Re: Problem with syslinux.cfg



"Taylor, ForrestX" wrote:
> 
> > Hi
> >
> > I have created a KS cdrom with a boot image , containing a compressed
> > initrd.img, this in turn contains my ks.cfg file.  syslinux.cfg in the
> > boot.img contains
> >
> > default kickstart
> > prompt 0
> > label kickstart
> >   kernel vmlinuz
> >   append ks=file:kickstart/ks.cfg initrd=initrd.img
> 
> Where is your ks.cfg in relation to your initrd?  If it is in the top level,
> you need to change this to:
> 
> append ks=file:/ks.cfg initrd=initrd.img
> 
> That should work.  You don't want to use ks=cdrom:... because it won't work.
> Are you doing Red Hat 6.2 or 7.x?
> 
> Forrest
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Hi

I am using 7.1  I tried the ks=file:/ks.cfg when the ks.cfg was in the
root of my compressed initrd.img  this didnt even try to read the ks.cfg
but went straight into a normal install.  Once I put the ks.cfg in the /
of the normal cdrom filesystem it did , but then gave Cannot find
/tmp/ks.cfg

S.


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