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RE: Kickstart fails



Boot from disk 1, and at the boot: prompt, type linux rescue
 
Here is my (modified to remove host and domain names) pxeboot config file:
 
default hostname
label hostname
kernel RHELAS3U1/vmlinuz
append initrd=RHELAS3U1/initrd.img nofb ramdisk_size=10000 ks=nfs:kickstart_server.domainname.com:/kickstart/configs/hostname ksdevice=eth0 eth0_ethtool="autoneg=on speed=1000 duplex=full"
 
So try this for yours:
 

default linux

label linux

kernel vmlinuz

append initrd=initrd.img nofb ramdisk_size=10000 ks=nfs:10.xxx.xxx.xxx:/tftpboot/ks.cfg ksdevice=eth0 eth0_ethtool="autoneg=on speed=1000 duplex=full"

 
Based on the fact that there are no paths in front of your kernel and initrd, I assume that they are in the root of your tftpboot directory, or the same place as pxelinux.0



From: kickstart-list-bounces redhat com [mailto:kickstart-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Elizabeth Brosch thomson com
Sent: Friday, October 07, 2005 1:44 PM
To: kickstart-list redhat com
Subject: RE: Kickstart fails

Chip:

 

Here is the contents of my pxeboot config file:

 

default linux

prompt 1

label linux

kernel vmlinuz

append ksdevice=eth0 eth0_ethtool="autoneg=on speed=1000 duplex=full" load_ramdisk=1 initrd=initrd.img network ks=nfs:10.xxx.xxx.xxx:/tftpboot/ks.cfg ip=dhcp

 

Sorry but how can I boot this client into linux rescue?

Liz

 

 


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