Paul Reilly wrote:
> I'm testing out PXELinux/SysLinux  to do a remote install
> over PXE with Kickstart. Although I can boot in to a remote kernel
> it doesn't seem to proceed to the next step which is to kickstart.
> My kickstart file is shared over NFS (can you do it any other way?)
> but it never seems to be requested.
> My SYSLinux config is:
>> default linux
> label linux
> kernel vmlinuz
> append ksdevice=eth1 load_ramdisk=1 initrd=initrd.img \
> network ks=nfs:mymachine.tld:/linuxboot/ks.cfg
>> Does that look OK, or am I missing something?
My pxe boot used to install a floppy/cdromm less mini-itx with mandrake:
APPEND initrd=network.rdz ramdisk=32000 vga=788
I think you need to boot on network.rdz and not a standard initrd.img
(which can't load the second stage ovoer the net)
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