[CentOS] Re: custom vnc install disk [dnk]

Wed Feb 1 22:43:25 UTC 2006
Dustin Krysak <mailinglists at backbonetechnology.com>

So I guess a kickstart file is needed then to populate all of those  

Now my question with this is:

Where would the vnc kickstart directive need to be in the kickstart  
file? Just at the end after all of the outlined directives (language,  
install method, and TCP/IP settings)?


On 1-Feb-06, at 2:25 PM, Scott Silva wrote:

> Matt Hyclak spake the following on 2/1/2006 1:11 PM:
>> On Wed, Feb 01, 2006 at 12:42:37PM -0800, Dustin Krysak  
>> enlightened us:
>>>> 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.
>> I *believe* telling it to do vnc from the boot prompt implies dhcp is
>> available and it will be able to configure itself. After the VNC  
>> connection
>> is established, you'll get to click what language you want and how  
>> you want
>> the network configured for the machine.
>> Matt
> Just tried this in VMWare... no go. It still prompts for language,  
> keyboard,
> install method, and TCP/IP settings.
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