I'm booting the machine to be installed via floppy (bootnet.img). I then type
'linux ks=http://192.168.1.2/linux/fs.cfg' at the boot prompt. The fs.cfg file
is attached. (I performed a manual install the first time and used the
resulting file as the base for that shown below.)
The web server being given in the URL parameter has the three ISO images on it.
I've loopback mounted them within the redhat.discs directory under disc1, disc2,
disc3. As you can see from the web server logs the installer found the correct
location for a few things, but then forgot what it had learned and subsequently
anaconda blew up.
Created attachment 59164 [details]
compressed archive containing 3 files, log, anaconda core, fs.cfg
Assigning to an engineer.
Thanks for pointing this out; kickstart hits a different path than interactive
installs, which worked like this. I've committed something which should fix
this for the next release.
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