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Re: How to use kickstart when I have 2 network card



Title: Re: How to use kickstart when I have 2 network card
Use ksdevice=eth(x). Other useful options are:

ip=192.10.10.10 — statically set ip
netmask=255.255.255.0 — statically set netmask
dns=10.10.10.10 — statically set dns
gateway= 10.10.10.10 — statically set gateway address

This way you don’t even need DHCP to set up a machine :)


On 4/26/07 2:21 AM, "Zheng, Shaohui" <shaohui zheng intel com> wrote:

Hi all
       I meet problems when I use kickstart to do a full automation installation. I try to install the OS from a NFS server, all the ISO files and kickstart configuration files are in network. It works well if we have one network card only, but if some machine have 2 network card, it can not do it automatically. The kickstart manual says that if we have two network card, we must put the kickstart configuration file in local file system. Does it mean we do not have any other solution if we put the configuration file in network? If you know how to do it, would you please tell me, your suggestion is helpful for me, thanks so much.
 
Shaohui
Best Regards



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