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Hey Everyone, I am going to be installaing RH9 on some new servers that we are getting. However these new servers have no CDROM, or floppy. They do have two ...
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    Kickstart installation on a USB stick?


    Hey Everyone,

    I am going to be installaing RH9 on some new servers that we are getting. However these new servers have no CDROM, or floppy. They do have two USB ports though.

    I am thinking a of loading RH9 via a USB CD-ROM, and then having a kick start file on a USB Memory stick. Will that work? Has anyone attempted to do that?

    Any sugguestions? Thanks.

    - Philippe

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    I don't see why this wouldn't work, you can even boot from the usb cd-rom if you have booting from usb in the BIOS.

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