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I'm studying for the RHCSA exam and both practice exams i'm using have asked me to do this.

The question is "Use the ks.cfg file provided to create a virtual machine with hostname blah blah and with an ipv4 address of blah blah"

I know first I have to modify that ks.cfg file with the appropriate host name and Static IP info. That I can do. I can also install the system-config-kickstart tool and set up the info using that. My question is where do I go from here to actually install the RHEL OS on the virtual machine. I already have KVM installed too.

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You could follow this chapter of the official RHEL Installation Guide and prepare an ISO bootable image containing your .ks file, then boot off this image your VM

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