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Old 10-12-2007, 09:29 AM   #1
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Unhappy kickstart through nfs problem

thanks in before,

iam trying to install linux to all my 30th system,
through nfs server, i configure nfs server and dhcp server
both running well both are the same server, on client side boot with cdrom
linux ks=nfs:raghu:/network-install/kickstartks.cfg

client side it getting ip from the server and its take some time to Determaining host and domain ,and next sceern is ip configuring display

in dhcpd.conf is palced file "/network-install/kickstart";
next-server raghu;
help me out.

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