[CentOS] kickstart installation from usb key
fusco at wanagain.net
Wed Feb 3 13:37:52 UTC 2010
John Doe a écrit :
> From: Georghy <fusco at wanagain.net>
>>>> harddrive --partition=sdb1 --dir=iso
>>>> append initrd=initrd.img ks=hd:sdb1:/ks/ks.cfg method=hd:sdb1:/iso
>> I am trying to create 2 diffrent partition like in the wiki
>> the first one fat32 10Mio
>> the second one ext2 the rest
>> on the fat32 partition i only have syslinux.cfg
>> on the ext2 partition the following tree :
> I am confused...
> If you have indeed a second partition where you did put your iso, you should point to sdb2 and not sdb1...
> In my syslinux.cfg (which is on sda1):
> append initrd=initrd.img ks=hd:sda2:/ks.cfg method=hd:sda2:/centos
> In my kickstart:
> harddrive --partition=sda2 --dir=/centos
> So it boots on sda1, but the iso files and kickstart stuff are on sda2...
You are right it is sdb2 not sdb1
>> My CentOS iso file is : custom.iso
>> It is a custom CentOS distro that i have made and it worked perfectly on
>> my Virtual Machine on virtual box
> Does the iso work or the usb key? quite different...
> How does the installer know that the RPMs are in custom.iso...?
the iso work on a VM, i don't know if it work on a USB key
>> No such file or directory 'sdb1:vfat/iso'
Previously i used the iso dir for my custom.iso
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Now I'm trying a simple task
i only want to install package wich are in the first cd-rom of CentOS
(not my custom.iso), the official iso but I just want the package in the
after that I'll use a script which install the other packages I wanted
instead of doing it during installation
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