On 1-Feb-06, at 12:06 PM, Scott Silva wrote: > Matt Hyclak spake the following on 2/1/2006 9:55 AM: >> On Wed, Feb 01, 2006 at 09:40:34AM -0800, Dustin Krysak >> enlightened us: >>> Yeah I guess I could. (I'll put the dunce cap on now). >>> >>> Would this be the proper format though? >>> >>> <snip> >>> default linux >>> prompt 0 >>> timeout 0 >>> display boot.msg >>> F1 boot.msg >>> F2 options.msg >>> F3 general.msg >>> F4 param.msg >>> F5 rescue.msg >>> F7 snake.msg >>> label linux >>> kernel vmlinuz >>> append initrd=initrd.img ramdisk_size=8192 vnc >>> vncconnect=pigdog.example.com >>> <snip> >>> >>> So I knocked the prompt and timeout to 0 (so that hopefully my cd >>> will just pop into the install with no keyboard interaction) and >>> then >>> added the "vnc vncconnect=pigdog.example.com". >>> >> >> Looks correct to me, although personally, I would set a prompt/ >> timeout of 5 >> or so in case I ever wanted to use the disk for something else. If >> you don't >> type anything for 5 seconds, it goes with your default. If you do >> type >> something, you can override your vnc settings, etc. >> >>> In those links They reference "linux vnc >>> vncconnect=pigdog.example.com" -- what is the "linux" for? Do I need >>> that in there as well? I had been all over these docs before, but I >>> think I had just not clued into the syntax. >>> >> >> 'linux' is the label. When you're typing the command in from the >> prompt, you >> have to tell isolinux which thing you want to boot. Your append >> syntax is >> correct. >> >> Matt >> > Wouldn't you need something to set the ip address of the adapter? > And the > locale and language? These are prompted in text mode before the vnc > code is > started. > That is a good point -- I was kind of wondering more about the network if anything.