FC5 kickstart i386 and x86_64
clumens at redhat.com
Thu Mar 23 14:44:34 UTC 2006
> I've downloaded FC5 for i386 and x86_64. I do netboot kickstart
> installs. With FC3 and FC4, and previous I think, If I didn't have a
> network stanza in the kickstart config file it would just bypass
> configuring the interfaces and just use the one that was selected during
> the boot process. With FC5 it asks to configure all the interfaces. If
> I add a single network line to the config file it bypasses the interface
> configuration again and configures on the interface in the config file.
> My machines don't all use the same interface for network connectivity,
> and I liked the way it worked before. Any suggestions would be
> appreciated. Yes I have RTMF.
Kickstart got a major overhaul for FC5, so it's likely I have
accidentally dropped some behavior that was present in earlier versions.
In general, the way we do things is that kickstart asks for any missing
information so in this case, asking for the networking is consistent
with that policy. However if it's a regression from earlier versions,
file a bug against anaconda and I'll take a look at it.
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