I'm new to RHEL (haven't used it since the early 2000s when it was still open source) and currently attempting to install it on a cluster of machines. I'm trying to automate this process as much as possible.
To that end, I've created a custom kickstart file
ks.cfg and placed it on a webserver (
http://url.com/ks.cfg). I've also placed the RHEL 6.7 server ISO on the same webserver, and created a minimal boot image on a USB drive that can handle my machines (UEFI). It boots off the USB stick just fine.
However, I reach the same GRUB menu as the user in this somewhat-related question. It appears to be grub 0.97, rather than the GRUB2 all the tutorials I've found online are using. Of particular note, this version does not seem to recognize the critical
linux command, which all the tutorials I've found reference for appending the
In short, how do I bring up the
boot: prompt so I can issue the
linux ks= command? Any help is appreciated!
(and if you want to throw in some information on how to set up a PXE server for fully-automated network installs, I'm all ears; the documentation is not particularly helpful, at least in terms of the PXE server specifically)