[CentOS] kickstart ks.cfg file on USB devices

Fri Apr 11 19:22:53 UTC 2008
Bill Campbell <centos at celestial.com>

On Fri, Apr 11, 2008, Milton Calnek wrote:
>findfs comes to mind.
>other than that...
>fdisk -l | grep 

That's fine -- once the system has been installed, but I'm
looking for a general way when attempting kickstart installs
on new hardware that may find devices in different places.

>Bill Campbell wrote:
>>Is there an easy way to specify the proper device location for
>>the kickstart configuration file if it is on a USB flash or USB
>>floppy drive?  Depending on the hard disk configuration they
>>might by /dev/sda, /dev/sdb, etc.
>>On SuSE'autoyast instalattions, the system searches all available
>>devices for an ``info'' configuration file.  Does CentOS 5.x do
>>something similar to find a ``ks.cfg'' file?
>Milton Calnek BSc, A/Slt(Ret.)
>milton at calnek.com
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