I've created a customised F11 dvd for a kickstart installation but the kickstart fails to run when I boot off the dvd. The same method works for i386 version of F11. The only file I modify on the dvd is the isolinux.cfg file by adding the following boot paramaters.
ks=http://HOSTNAME/PATH_TO_KS_FILE ksdevice=eth0 lang=en_US
I am trying to stop my kickstart CentOS install prompting me for TCP/IP information. After I click through this prompt (keeping IPv4 and IPv6 to their defaults) the installation continues and completes just fine.
I am trying to do a kickstart install of CentOS 6.2 as a VWware guest using the generated kickstart file from a successful install on another vmware guest and keep on getting the following error me... [by Zerc]
I am new to kickstart file, but my understanding of the process is that I
am supposed to be able to take the anaconda-ks-cfg file from the /root
directory, copy it to an accessible location, and point the install disk to
it, and it should reproduce the install I did originally.
I used the 6.5 minimal install ISO, copied and renamed the ks.cfg.