centos and speakup
techswing33 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 12 11:15:08 EST 2016
The ks=url parameter does work, as does ks=path I've done ks installs
via http and via local USB thumb drive.
One thing I have not done is attempted to get a staging kernel, this
is something I would find useful, if you want to collaborate maybe we
can get this working.
On 1/11/16, Jude DaShiell <jdashiel at panix.com> wrote:
> There is a Ubuntu kickstart file that was put up on a web page several
> years ago. That file is tuned for British users, but has many useful
> settings in it. I once used ks=<url> where I keyed in the url to boot
> the installer disk and had the installer go to that url and install
> ubuntu for me using that file. I had to change some things after that
> like country and keyboard configuration and timezone but the install was
> successful. I think maybe ks=/dev/fd0/ks.cfg would work if the ks.cfg
> file was in root directory of your first floppy drive too but could be
> wrong about that since I never found anything in documentation like a
> specific example that stated this would work.
> The ks.cfg file is edited with a text editor too.
> On Mon, 11 Jan 2016, Littlefield, Tyler wrote:
>> Date: Mon, 11 Jan 2016 16:16:51
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>> Subject: centos and speakup
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>> Hello all,
>> Does anyone know how I might use kickstart to get a kernel with
>> staging enabled? I'm trying to install centos with speakup and
>> kickstart looks like a useful resource.
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