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Kickstart Bug?



Hi,

I'm trying out kickstart with a USB on Fedora 10.  I do the following:

boot: linux ks=hd:sdb1:/kickstart/cfg.ks

The first thing that happens is that anaconda displays a message saying "The kickstart file could not be downloaded".  And then lets me edit the location of the kickstart file, which is:

hd:sdb1:/kickstart/cfg.ks

I just leave it as is, and press OK.  The installation continues, but then asks me where the installation images are loaded?  It lets me select the:

/dev/sdb1
partition.

In the kickstart file I have this (Written by a previous install):

harddrive --partition=/dev/sdb1 --dir=/

The order in which this is listed looks like this:

# Kickstart file automatically generated by anaconda.
install
harddrive --partition=/dev/sdb1 --dir=/
lang en_US.UTF-8
keyboard us
.....

I have also tried this parameter without the directory option.

Am I doing something wrong or should I file a ticket?

Thanks,
- Ole


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