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I'm running Redhat Enterprise Linux 3 and I recently created a Redhat boot cd for automatic installations using Kickstart. Both my ks.cfg file and all of my files required for the installation are available via an http server. Originally, my isolinux.cfg file looked like the following:
After booting the cd, at the boot: prompt, I would type "linux ks=http.......ks.cfg" and hit return. The ks.cfg file would then be read and the rest of the installation would happen via http without a hitch.
However, I would ultimately like to create a boot cd that I can just boot from, and have the installation take place without any further intervention. So, I made the following changes to my isolinux.cfg file (bolded):