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Re: [suse-autoinstall] suse 10.0 nfs install
  • From: "Dirk Schreiner" <Dirk.Schreiner@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 09:19:15 +0000 (UTC)
  • Message-id: <43FED0B8.1060903@xxxxxxx>
Hi @all,

Roger Oberholtzer schrieb:
Has anyone else on this list actually done EXACTLY this:

1. Install OpenSUSE10.0 on a server

I use a boxed SuSE 10 on a MS IIS Installation Server.
(Simply copied the DVD-Content.)

2. Use the YAST to set up an install server for the OpenSUSE 10.0 disks.

3. Used PXE to boot a client so it can do an install of OpenSUSE 10.0
from this server?

I`m not using PXE, but as i followed the Thread, that`s not
the problem ;-)

I prefer http instead of nfs, cause I never had trouble with http.

Anyone? If so, did you do any updates to the OpenSUSE 10.0 on the server
before setting up the install server?

My problem in this thread is not solved. I can't believe this does not
work. But I have yet to see what I have done wrong.

I also had trouble with the network configuration.
My problem was, that with installation from CD every
Network Driver was installed correctly, but if I
installed the Network Driver in Manual Installation
Mode (for Network Install), then the additional
Module mii.o was missing.
This resulted in a not working Network configuration.
Loading the module by hand solves the Problem.

So check out with lsmod during broken Installation,
and compare with a running System.

(Maybe you`ve got a similar Problem.)

I hope this helps.


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