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Re: FC7 kickstart installation,



Michael,
Thanks,
The thing is that changing a line and pressing "b" did not do the job.
(whereas in ordinary grub I use it all the time and it works)
nor did "enter" and changing the line worked.

It seems to me that this is not an ordinary GRUB; the fact is that in
ordinary grub
you press "E" to edit a menu entry and here you press "TAB" to edit a
menu entry.

Regards,
Ian

On 9/24/07, Michael DeHaan <mdehaan redhat com> wrote:
> Ian Brown wrote:
> >       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).
> >
> Command line editing should "just work".   Typically I think I type "b"
> to boot, but I don't
> recall any changes either.
>
> One point though -- you shouldn't use the other distro's install CD/DVD
> to install a distro that
> is not matched to it.   Since the initrd from the CD is different, it
> shouldn't work.
>
> If you get fed up with media, you could set up a local boot server.
> Ex:  http://cobbler.et.redhat.com :)
>
>
>
> >
> >       Any ideas?
> >
> >       Regards,
> >       Ian
> >
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