I'm trying to remotely install CentOS 7 (using the "Everything ISO" from official download page) on an IBM server with IMM2 (Integrated Management Module 2) using the Remote Control single-user mode with Java Client facility. The IBM server machine is a brand new one, with no operating system installed on it. The hardware is ok.
The install gets stuck on this:
And then I lose the connection to the server (Error: The viewer has terminated. Reason: Connection has ended), java applet crushes (Error: Socket Closed by peer reading header.) and the ISO is unmounted.
If i establish the remote connection, the system is still stuck on the what you see in the image above, so I try to change the terminal to tty2, and it works but all I can do (from what i've figured so far) is give commands like "mount", "dmesg", "anaconda" (dmesg shows lots of errors; i don't know what anaconda application does) and change the directory - "cd".
I've tried to find a way to install CentOS in Text Mode (like I know I can in ArchLinux and DSL) because i thought it has something to do with loading the video module or something like that, but i can't find a way to make that work with CentOS...
I have tried to install "Damn Small Linux" (DSL) distribution on this server in the same manner as CentOS 7 and it worked.
I have tried to modify the CentOS bootloader command to force it to take another network interface (the server has 2 network interfaces active and I've suspected that it kills one of them and that is why i lose the connection) Can you please help me find a way to make this CentOS 7 install work in this conditions? Do you have any other solution to make this work, besides with an actual trip to the physical machine with a dvd/usb stick with the system on it?
PS: I have just discovered that on tty4 I get this errors that appear continuously:
(I'm restarting now...) I really hope someone can help me or can give me a hint or new ideea! Thank you!