I'm not sure where to file this since there isn't
a particular Kickstart section.
Kickstart is unable to correctly configure hard disks over
I don't know the why, but fdisk can't directly handle disks
over 6G (cylinders over 1024) and one must manually set the
number of cylinders. (in fdisk, "x", "c", "# of cylinders",
"r") That's not your bug, but
there is no direct way to set this via Kickstart, limiting
boot into the install with "linux hda=ccc,hh,ss". This should allow
kickstart and the installer to do the right thing.