Perhaps some kickstart guru has a better answer, but I believe you will either need to adjust the kickstart file, or create the VMware VM with IDE drives. [by pschaff]
on 04/06/2010 – Made popular on 04/06/2010
After managing to get a Fedora ISO to rebuild successfully (for a USB stick) after adding a kickstart file (http://serverfault.com/questions/548405/), I now have an issue with locating the kickstart file on the USB media.
When this is done from a CDROM you can simply kickckstart by adding this parameter to boot:
This will kickstart (providing the kickstart file is named ks.cfg a
I've been trying to use a kickstart file to guide the Red Hat installer (RHEL6.5) without user intervention. It correctly looks for the kickstart file in /dev/sdb/fs.cfg, but because the USB is recognized as /dev/sda, it is actually located at /dev/sda/fs.cfg.
In my kickstart installation I specify that the operating system should be installed on /dev/sda.
We have some Dell machines in our environment with iDRAC. When virtual media is attached in iDRAC, it maps Virtual CD drives and Virtual Floppy drives as /dev/sda and /dev/sdb leaving my desired installation drive as /dev/sdc.
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