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RE: kickstart disk with an upgraded kernel?



I think Forrest already answered this one.  The kernel is installed from the
installation source RPMS directory, not from the boot disk.


On Thu, 15 Mar 2001, Daniel Many wrote:

>
>
> The reason is i need to set up a lot of new machine with the same
> configuration and with an upgraded kernel (2.4.2).
> For the moment I<m using a kickstart file on a boot disk, makking the
> installation from the cdrom (RH7.0 with the kernel 2.2.16-22)...
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: kickstart-list-admin redhat com
> [mailto:kickstart-list-admin redhat com]On Behalf Of Taylor, ForrestX
> Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2001 5:34 PM
> To: 'kickstart-list redhat com'
> Subject: RE: kickstart disk with an upgraded kernel?
>
>
> Why do you need a new kernel on the boot disk?  You can add a new kernel to
> the installed machine after kickstart, or just make a new CD with the new
> kernel added in (if you use NFS, just put it in the RPMS directory).
>
> I guess that my question is whether you want a new kernel on your
> installation machines, or you just want it on the floppy.
>
> Forrest
>
>





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