I used to do this in the RH7/RH8 days so things may have changed.
Tim Born wrote:
> Riggs, Ben wrote:
>> We have new motherboards with onboard NICs which aren't recognized by
>> the fedora 7 installer initrd/kernel. Naturally, not having a NIC
>> makes using network drivers impossible. Anyone have the skinny, or a
>> Systems Staff
>> School of Mathematics
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> Not tried it, so your milage may vary ...
> I think you want to find or setup a machine that has the same kernel as
> the one you are trying to install
> then use mkinitrd to create a custom initrd including your drivers:
> /sbin/mkinitrd --with=$yourdriver
custom.img `uname -r`
> Once that's built, swap it in for the initrd on your kickstart or burn a
> custom ISO.