Hello, I have recently setup a centos6 using kickstart network server. I have flowed tutorial found online. However, I have to define partition scheme at kickstart file. Is there any way to install centos from kickstart without defining partition scheme? I mean if you use normal installation from DVD, it will gave us whole HDD and let us do our custom partitioning.
I'm trying to create a kickstart for a headless server that has an Aspeed AST 2050 video chip. It's my understanding that this chip allows for a serial display on either the BMC or via the video connector. Configuring for the device needs a /dev/ttyS0 and I cannot figure out how to make kickstart setup for the device. I'd like to be able to install in either graphic or text mode.
I'm trying to do a kickstart install of a vm over the network from an Apache server on a Sl-6 box. The problem is that when the install starts I get prompted for configuration input just the same as when I install the OS from DVD and this starts with the language selection window.
I followed the instructions that the answer on this thread gave,
Easiest way to setup Ubuntu as a VPN server
But I can't seem to get it to work. When I try to connect to my network, it just says the server can't be reached. I setup the remote ip options (which I uncommented) to be 10.0.2.2-100. My router serves out 10.0.1.2-250. I also have users setup, but they are uncommented as well.
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