[CentOS] kickstart installation from usb key

John Doe jdmls at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 2 15:46:36 UTC 2010


From: Georghy <fusco at wanagain.net>
> I had to ks.cfg :
> ignoredisk --drives=sdb
> because we don't want anaconda to write mbr on the key
> 
> harddrive --partition=sdb1 --dir=iso
> sdb1 as one FAT32 partition so it's sdb1 in the directory iso
> 
> bootloader --location=mbr --driveorder=sda,sdb
> 
> on syslinux.cfg :
> 
> label kickstart
>   kernel vmlinuz
>   append initrd=initrd.img  ks=hd:sdb1:/ks/ks.cfg method=hd:sdb1:/iso

If I understand correctly, you did not do 2 partitions like in the wiki...
Never tried with only one big Fat32 partition... so might not be able to help you.
I don't see the /iso directory in your tree, and again neither the CentOS iso files.

JD


      


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