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Re: FC7 kickstart installation,



Your procedure is correct. Maybe Fedora 7 lack the correct drivers for
your network interface, so the installer can't connect to your
internal server. I recommend you test this using the ks.cfg file in a
floppy disk with:
linux ks=floppy


On 9/23/07, Ian Brown <ianbrn gmail com> wrote:
>  - Hello,
>
>  - I have a DVD of FC7 x86_64 installation.
>
>        - I have an http server on the LAN on which there is an installation
>        for FC7 x86_64.
>
>        - When I boot the DVD inside and boot the machine, I get the following
>        screen, which have a menu of 4 options:
>        Welcome to Fedora
>
>        Install or upgrade an existing ...
>        ...
>        boot from disk.
>
>        In previous version of Fedora Core (like 4,5,6), I could type
>        linux ks=http://192.168.0.10/ks.cfg.
>
>        Here I have a boot menu with only four options.
>
>        I can enter edit mode for this entries by pressing "Tab".
>        However, I tried pressing Tab , and erasing a line and entering instead
>        linux ks=http://192.168.0.10/ks.cfg and enter but it did not work (the
>        previous, original entry was kept).
>        Any idea what should I do in order to start a kickstart configuration
>        when installing FC7 ?
>
>        I want to add that I am of course aware of other options (like
>        booting this machine with FC6/FC5 installation DVD, and then running
>        linux ks=http://192.168.0.10/ks.cfg, but I want to be able to do it
>        with installation DVD of FC7 (x86_64).
>
>        Any ideas?
>
>        Regards,
>        Ian
>
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