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Old 01-27-2004, 10:05 AM   #1
Gates1026
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Kickstart files put on http server directory ?


I am trying to setup kickstart to run off an http or ftp server over a network. The question I have is how do I need to setup the directory structure so that kickstart on the remote machine will be able to access the necessary rpm files. Here is what I have set up on my http server as the directory where I want my rpm files to be served from:

/var/www/html/kickstart/i386

from here I need to copy the rpm files to this directory but the question I have is what directroy do I need to copy them to? do I need to copy each disk to their individual directory (ex: /var/www/html/kickstart/i386/Disk1) or do they all need to go into a directory called RPMS?

Thanks for the help!
 
  


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