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Re: kickstart to prompt for network



Ok - done some testing ;)

I am using FC3. This works for me - specifying a static bootproto and then giving blank ip and netmask args.

network --device eth2 --bootproto static --ip --netmask

When it boots up it asks for IP details for eth2 (which is NOT plugged into the network).

I have not tested it when the card in question is plugged into the network.

Hope that helps

R

Harry

On Thu, 29 Sep, Alexander Rau wrote:
> Hey Harry:
> 
> Thanks for the tip. It didn't work (at least for me). 
> 
> In addition, when I tried to do "network --device
> eth1" to also input data for the 2nd NIC ist crapped
> out on me with a traceback.
> 
> Thanks again
> 
> AR
> 
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