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Old 16th July 2009, 01:02 PM
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Kickstart not executing on F11 x86_64

I've created a customised F11 dvd for a kickstart installation but the kickstart fails to run when I boot off the dvd. The same method works for i386 version of F11. The only file I modify on the dvd is the isolinux.cfg file by adding the following boot paramaters.
ks=http://HOSTNAME/PATH_TO_KS_FILE ksdevice=eth0 lang=en_US

This has always worked fine for the 32 bit version but the installer just seems to ignore the kickstart instruction and go to the manual install path with the 64 bit F11 dvd.

Has anybody else experienced this issue?

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Matt
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