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Re: failure to recognize network config in ks.cfg



John Fox <jpfox17 gmail com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I'm running RHEL 4 U1 AS.  I got my kickstart working with PXE, TFTP, DHCP,
> NFS, etc.  I'm able to see my kickstart config file and most of the config
> is picked up during the install, except for the network config.  I get
> prompted to choose which NIC to configure and then I have to specify the
> configuration.  After that, the install goes pretty well, but I need to be
> able to automate the NIC configuration piece.  Here is the network line from
> my kickstart file (all one line):
>
> network --device eth0 --bootproto static --ip 10.1.182.62 --netmask
> 255.255.255.0 --gateway 10.1.182.1 --nameserver 10.1.180.226 --hostname
> host1
>
> The machine that is being built is an HP DL380 w/2 GigE NIC cards.

I think someone previously said that this can be done by adding
"ksdevice=link" to the append option in your pxelinux.cfg/default.
This should autoselect the device physically connected to the network.

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