[TriLUG] Kickstart Question

Steven Blanchard sgblanch at gmail.com
Fri Apr 4 16:56:24 EDT 2008

I have not tried it with the 'network' statement specifically but
usually if you leave a command out of a kickstart it will prompt the
user for the information.  Maybe the answer is as simple as removing the
'network' statement?


On Thu, Apr 03, 2008 at 04:12:56PM -0400, Roy Vestal wrote:
> I'm building a kickstart for internal use. I want to force it to use
> CDROM media but I have a post install that needs to connect external. As
> this is used for server installs, I want to have the user prompted for
> network settings but not use the network for the install, i.e. nfs or
> http. 
> The install is autopartition, auto-package selection, auto-"everything"
> save the network settings. I want the user to put in hostname, IP,
> netmask, and gateway.
> I've tried the following lines but they still just blow right past the
> network and start the install:
> network --bootproto=static --nameserver= --device=eth0
> network --bootproto=query --nameserver= --device=eth0
> Ideas? 
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