I have a pretty long bash script as a <file_script>, modifying one of
the files provided via <file>.
I tried to move the script source out of the XML file by using a
<location> tag instead of the <source> inside the <file_script>. But it
looks like this is not supported yet...would be nice to have though!
Does anyone know if any of the SLES releases 9 or 10 support passing the
linuxrc option netdevice=<hardware mac address> ?
I noticed Red Hat has had this for sometime and it seems totally missing
in SuSE which seems really odd.
I'm still scratching my head if we really are still passing only by
kernel interface name.
I read in the change log for linuxrc-1.8.6-3 a change that "sounds" like
* Mon Mar 14 2005 - snwint(a)suse.de
- s390: fix segfault in net_list_s390_devs()
- extra root image was sometimes not used
- allow netdevices to be specified by hwaddress
But it looks like linuxrc-1.8.6-3 is only available in SuSE Professional
"any" commentary would be sincerely appreciated
the feature also seems to be fairly minor since any delimiter seperating
the octets in the hwaddr string could be used to identify the difference
between an interface name and interface hw address
if i could figure out a generic method of overriding the linuxrc with a
custom script and daisy chain it back into linuxrc after setting up the
interface name, I would.. and have a slight idea on how to do that.. but
i'd rather find out i'm just missing something and the feature is
did autoyast have vlan support ?
we want to install with xml and vlan networking
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As the stock kernel of openSUSE 12.2 seems to have a problem with some
AMD FirePro cards (crash on switch from VT7 to any other, crash when
KEXECing to installed system), I would like to use the latest kernel
from openSUSE12.2:update repository and (re)build the initrd.
Could anyone give me a hint on how I would recreate the initrd that is
used to boot the installation CD (i.e. in the OSS repository under
/boot) with the latest kernel?
Thanks for any help! :-)