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Description of problem:
When i try to do a kickstart install over nfs i use the boot option linux dd
ks=nfs:ws2:/phoebe/ks.cfg i get prompted to install driver disk get told there
is no drivers that match my devices i get asked if i want to manually select a
device continue or try another disk if i try to select manually or another disk
i get returned to the same screen. if i do a normall install with the same
disks and choose a nfs install i can select the driver for my network card which
is a realtek 8139 and proceed.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install boot disk
2. use linux dd ks=nfs:ws2:/phoebe/ks.cfg
3. insert driver disk when prompted
Actual Results: install wouldnt proceed couldnt find drivers for my network card
Expected Results: driver for my card found or if it couldnt given the choice to
select the driver needed
Could you attach the output of lspci -v and lspci -n?
seems my local harddrive image was a little corrupt and very flaky. work in
some instances but not all. didnt like linux dd <anything> made my 4th driver
disk this time from my cdrom copy and its worked as expected.
I do find it intresting that if i just did a normal install and specifed my nfs
source it would prompt me for a driver disk and give me the list of drivers but
using linux dd it wouldn't give me that same list.
The first time i tried a normal install it loaded the driver and started to go
through package selection but i aborted the install as i wanted to test out my
kickstart install when i tried today to do the same thing it wouldnt load the
driver telling me it wasnt there. so i decided to pop the cdrom in a machine
and make a driver disk from that on a hunch and it seems my local image is