Problem with driver disk on amd64
* Fabian Arrotin <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > Thanks for the hint, it seems to work.
> > Now could someone please explain to me why selecting the driver
> > disk by hand (having booted with 'linux dd') doesn't work, but
> > creating a kickstart-config that points to a partition with the
> > driver disk works?
> What was the line you used with dd= ..
Nothing after dd.
dd simply tells the system to ask for a driver disk, which it did.
The LARA remote console allowed me to point it to the correct image by
hand. But then the x86_64 image complained that it couldn't find a
working driver. The i386 image worked (but as I wanted x86_64, that was
of little help).
With the driver disk on a partition and using a kickstart-file, it
worked with x86_64 as well.
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