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Re: PXE net install question

On Fri, 17 Jan 2003, Matthew Boeckman wrote:

>This seems the most likely place to get an answer to my question, so
>I'll try here first. I've got a PXE server setup per the documentation,
>with all vmlinuz and initrd images in place.

Don't know which documentation you're talking about, but I'll explain
how my PXE setup works.

>What I'm trying to do, is boot a PXE client, and install from it on
>monitor and keyboard. I have RedHat 7.3 on the PXE server, along with
>disk 1 and disk 2 exported via nfs. My main question is, do I have to
>have kickstart files in place as well?

Do you want to kickstart? Or do you want to interactively answer all the
anaconda prompts (partitions/packages/etc.)? You don't *need* to
kickstart - PXE just replaces the floppy or CD as the place to load the
first stage from.

My dhcpd.conf:

filename		"/tftpboot/pxelinux.bin";

My /tftpboot/pxelinux.cfg/default:

serial 0,9600
default ks
prompt 1
timeout 30
label text
  kernel vmlinuz
  append initrd=initrd.img text devfs=nomount ramdisk_size=8192
label expert
  kernel vmlinuz
  append expert initrd=initrd.img devfs=nomount ramdisk_size=8192
label ks
  kernel vmlinuz
  append ks=nfs: initrd=initrd.img lang= devfs=nomount ramdisk_size=8192

You'd probably want to use "default text".



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