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    how can i ignore wireless device when using network install

    I am using RHEL6, and using mainbroad ethernet device PXE network install ..
    kernel using wireless device install automatic. I cant choose ethernet device to install RHEL6..

    how can I ignore wireless device when I using network installation?

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    Linux Guru Rubberman's Avatar
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    Usually, if you have an ethernet connection when installing, that will be used by default, assuming the appropriate driver is available. If you want to be sure that the hardwire network is used instead of the wireless, then go into the system BIOS and disable the wireless device before you start the installation. After you have installed the system, you can re-enable it in the BIOS.
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    thank you for your replay.

    I found that its bug about rhel6. rhel6 can not support my ethernet driver . but rhel5.6 or rhel6.1 can support my ethernet driver.. so .. I choose another version of rhel.

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