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Hello, once for redhat 7.3, kickstart config file is prepared and ftp server is up and running in intranet, what kind of files do we have to make available on ...
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    kickstart/remote linux install


    Hello, once for redhat 7.3, kickstart config file is prepared and ftp server is up and running in intranet, what kind of files do we have to make available on the ftp server for remote installation? is making available all the iso cds one of the options or there are other better ways to do?

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    I recomend checking out the redhat documentation - it's quite good and should be comprehensive.
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    I have gone through redhat documentation. There is no mention of whether to put and make available redhat's 3 ISO CDs under some folder on the main server or basic binaries of the distro. Redhat Docs only mentions about making available the kickstart file, over the network.

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    Thanks. Actually i was trying to look for that info in redhat 7.3 docs. Believe me this info was not there in redhat 7.3 docs. And they went over it in redhat 9 docs. Anyways, at least now i got the idea what to do. Thanks again.

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