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Re: Anaconda updates=<url> boot option



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Aaron Cohen wrote:
> I'm trying to configure PXE booting at the moment, and I've got it
> mostly working, except for the updates=<url> option.
> 
> Is this meant to configure a server that RPM updates are pulled from
> during installation or is it more limited than that?

No. It's a method to provide updates to the anaconda installer itself.
http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/enterprise/RHEL-5-manual/Installation_Guide-en-US/s3-x86-starting-kernelopts.html

> Is the only option to create a kickstart file that adds my repository?

It's not the only option, but I would say it's the easiest.
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Kyle Powell | Red Hat | Senior Consultant, RHCE
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