We managed to make the driver update accessible on the CD with the help of the following document:
Here we found everything we needed for creating the correct structure and giving the right kernel-parameter to tell isolinux to access the driver update automatically.
But there is still one problem: After the kernel is loaded, we have to decide by a menu, if the update resides on CD or floppy. After that the update is detected and built in. But we want it fully automatic.
If anyone had some clues, we would be grateful!
On Tue, 20 Jul 2004 14:18:15 +0200, Martin Möser Martin.Moeser.firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
We'd like to autoinstall a diskless server which needs access to a scsi harddisk by using the FastTrack Driver module ft. Is it enough to add the module into the initrd and tell the kernel to load this by using a kernel parameter in the boot options in isolinux.cfg? That's what we'll try out today, if it fails, I will report here.
Thanks for the reply,
On Wed, 14 Jul 2004 22:36:43 -0400, Anas Nashif email@example.com wrote:
What driver disk do you mean exactly?
Martin Möser wrote:
does anyone know how to make a Driver Disk accessible for autoyast CD-installation? Is there a possibility to put it on the CD in order to not have an extra floppy?