Hello everyone. My job requires that I frequently deploy fresh virtual
(VMware) installations of SLES 10, both with and without SP1, to our
developers. To that end, I recently setup a machine from which I'd like
to test automating the process using a DVD as the source of the
installation files, and a floppy disk as the location of the control
file. However, there seems to be a problem.
I boot the virtual machine to the DVD drive, the autoinst.xml file on
the floppy is then located, and off it goes. The installation completes
flawlessly; however, when the newly created virtual machine attempts to
boot for the first time, I get the following, GRUB related error:
Filesystem type is reiserfs, partition type 0x83
kernel /boot/vmlinuz-22.214.171.124-0.8-smp root=/dev/sda2 vga=0x31a
Error 15: File not found
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Has anyone else out there come across this? Are there any special steps
that need to be taken when performing an automated installation in a
virtual environment? Many thanks.
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