Automated Installations of Multiple RHEL/CentOS 7 Distributions using PXE Server and Kickstart Files

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  1. Sebastien.L says:

    Great article ! One thing : please note that according to your requirements (Setup a PXE Network Boot Server on RHEL/CentOS 7) the Step 2 and chapter 5 should be corrected with this :

    menu label ^5) Install CentOS 7 x64 with Local Repo using Kickstart
    kernel centos7/vmlinuz
    append initrd=centos7/initrd.img inst.ks= inst.vnc inst.vncpassword=password

    (centos7 subfolder has been missed in kernel and append ^^)


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