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RE: Kickstart installation



I think you'll find that the ip/gareway/dns parameters are only used
to download the kickstart file only. You mush enable networking in the
kickstart file too.

I have a installation setup, where the kickstart file is downloaded
when using a static ip address, then anaconda does a dhcp, and continues the network install.


ed

On Tue, 22 Jun 2004, Mark wrote:

Thanks!

One question before I try this (I just got stuck with something else for a
while...):
Does it matter if I assign a different IP address to eth0 in the kickstart
configuration than I do in the boot parameters?
As far as I understand, whatever I specify in the "network" command in the
kickstart file is only used to generate the configuration file in the
post-install and will only take effect once I boot from the newly installed
system, right?

Thanks,

MARK

Try something
like this:

ip=192.168.1.17 gateway=192.168.1.1 dns=192.168.1.1 ks=http://...

Oops, forgot 'ksdevice eth0' on that line as well.


Forrest


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