Yes, For NFS, the driverupdate can also be provided in the directory "linux" which is also on the Service Pack.
Green, Christopher (HOU-SVSB) wrote:
When installing SLES 9 SP1 via NFS does the "driverupdate" file residing on SP1 CD1 need to be copied to the root of the NFS source tree as it was in SLES 8 / UL ?
Chris Green Systems Engineer Rapid Deployment Pack ProLiant Essentials Development Group / SVSB / SGBU Hewlett Packard Company Tel: 281-518-8840 Email: email@example.com
-----Original Message----- From: Anas Nashif [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Monday, December 06, 2004 8:35 AM To: Clormann, Stefanie Cc: email@example.com Subject: Re: FW: [suse-autoinstall] autoyast using an http port other than 80
Clormann, Stefanie wrote:
Hello, I do have the same question actually but i am using SLES-9. Do i need an driver update, too?
No, this is only for SLES8.
Thanks for your help steff
-----Original Message----- From: Anas Nashif [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Samstag, 4. Dezember 2004 17:55 To: Demarco, Reynold Cc: '' Subject: Re: [suse-autoinstall] autoyast using an http port other than
Hey, Can you try this driverupdate?
This should replace existing files on SP3.
Note: You have to boot with kernel/initrd from SP3 and additionaly make sure the file driverupdate is in the root of the installation source.
Please let me know if it works for you.
Demarco, Reynold wrote:
i have the same question as the above post. want to use http to autoyast my servers, but need to do it form a different port than 80. i am running sles8, service pack 3.
thanks in advance for any help..