[TriLUG] Kickstart and system-configure-kickstart
mpusateri at wickedtrails.com
Tue Dec 9 23:02:11 EST 2008
What's the install line look like, you should be able to change where
it looks for things such as CDROM, or a hard drive directory.
See the Install option: http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/linux/RHL-9-Manual/custom-guide/s1-kickstart2-options.html
On Dec 9, 2008, at 9:27 PM, Kevin Flanagan wrote:
> I've done a clean installation of RHEL, and have the anaconda-
> ks.cfg file
> that's left in ~root.
> I don't have an unproxied network connection to get to RHN just
> yet, in
> fact this system is going to be an RHN Satellite server.
> When I start system-configure-kickstart and read in the anaconda-
> ks.cfg file
> it can't find the repository, I assume that it's trying to get to
> rhn.redhat.com or the like. I'm trying to tell it to use the DVD
> for the
> moment until I get it set up as a satellite server. This will
> enable me to
> build the RHN proxy server the same as this server. Once we have
> that we
> will have the repository on it internally and should be fine.
> Should I copy the contents of DVD to a hard drive and make it a
> Or can I just make it use the DVD?
> Thanks a bunch!
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