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Re: Getting started with kickstart help



On Sat, 11 Nov 2000, Mike Lewis wrote:

> When I boot from my kickstart boot diskette (created from RH7.0 respin
> bootnet.img), I get "Error opening kickstart file /tmp/ks.cfg: no such file
> or directory".
 
Make sure that /U1/kickstart is being NFS exported, and all the IP's
in the dhcp domain have permission to mount it.
 
> 2) I've seen references in the kickstart-list archives about making a
> bootable CD and using it rather than the bootable floppy as it would be
> faster.  However I've not yet found how to go about making a bootable CD
> that looks like the floppy.

Essentially, you just copy everything from the cd or an iso image to a
directory somewhere on your box, make the changes you need to the boot
images, and make a new iso image with mkisofs using the -b path/to/boot.img
option.
 
Take it easy,

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