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Old 09-04-2012, 06:11 AM   #1
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Centos 6.2 kickstart error no module named textw.netfoncig_text found

I am new to the kicstart world. I have gotten everything setup and started the process. Everything works great until I get to the actual installation process. The entire error is:
Import error: No module named textw.netconfig_text

I see a textw directory which lists netconfig_text files.

I have googled this error and only see reference to one entry in the Red Hat Support area but I don't have a subscription. It appeared to be a problem with RHEL6.2

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Old 09-05-2012, 11:23 AM   #2
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Two things I would try, first, double check your media is good, it could very well be something as silly as a bad file. Second, just from the vague error, I would check your network configuration information. I would try another kickstart file just to see if its something in your kickstart or if its something else.


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