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Re: Problem with kickstart and "keyboard us" in FC3



On Wed, 2005-01-05 at 21:38, Chris Adams wrote:
> I am building a kickstart file to use with FC3.  This is the first
> kickstart I've done for FC3 (I've done a bunch for other releases,
> mainly RHEL3), and I am having a problem.
> 
> I have "keyboard us" in my kickstart file, but I get prompted for
> keyboard type anyway during install.  If I look at the log after
> install, anaconda logs "requested keymap us is not valid, asking".  When
> I am prompted, I choose "us" from the menu, and it works.  Anaconda also
> writes "keyboard us" to the generated kickstart file after install.
> 
> Any suggestions?  This is quite annoying since it means I can't create
> an automatic install.

I came across this too. Assuming your running serial installs, just add
'serial' to the kernel options append line like:

default linux
serial 0,19200n8
label linux
  kernel vmlinuz-core3
  append ksdevice=eth0 console=tty0 console=ttyS0,19200 load_ramdisk=1
initrd=initrd-core3.img network
ks=nfs:172.19.1.18:/var/kickstart/kickstart-server/ksvancouver.cfg
serial headless
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