[fedora-virt] How can we pass kernel arguments(e.g:ks=hd:/dev/..) to a cdrom-based guest install?
lili at redhat.com
Thu Feb 4 02:45:37 UTC 2010
How can I pass the ks argument to a guest during install? I am
writing an auto install python script,I can use virt-install --location
install_tree --extra-args ks=...., but this will active the network, we
want to mirror a true DVD install. If use virt-install --cdrom will
solve this issue, we have a bad way to pass ks argument,uncompress the
ISO,update the syslinux kernel args,then build the ISO again,but this
will consume big resource,not a good way. Does someone have good
suggestion for me to pass ks arg to kernel while using virt-install
--cdrom in python script?
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