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Re: detecting i386 or x86_64 in kickstart



On Monday 19 February 2007 16:15, Jason Edgecombe wrote:
> To summarize the thread, the final analysis says that the i386/ia_64
> logic cannot be done in kickstart and must be done earlier in the boot
> process. There was a feature suggestion on the syslinux mailing list
> about having a 32bit default vs a 64bit default. Branching in syslinux
> looks to be the best option.

Perhaps you need to explain a bit more about what you wanted to _do_ with that 
detection.  There are many things you could do in %pre based on what kernel 
is loaded.  It would require conscious thought on what kernel to boot at 
syslinux or pxelinux, but that isn't very hard.

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