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Re: Kickstart w/o ks.cfg



On Monday 20 March 2006 13:52, Jamie Bohr wrote:
> I was told I could kickstart a system w/o having a kickstart file, all I
> needed to do was point to the location of where the ISO files were located
> and the install would work as though I was installing from the CD's.  Now
> that I want to do it I can not find any documentation to get it to work.
> For example I was told something like the following would work:
>
> linux ks=http://<web server>/Fedora/5/iso/
>
> The above location has all the Fedoer 5 isos in it and can been seen by a
> web broswer.
>
> Am I off my kester, can this truely be done?
You need at the least a boot or rescue CD image to boot from.

You would be doing a network install not a kickstart.  Although, you could 
write a kickstart file and tell it all about where and how to download and 
install.

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