I am trying to use a kickstart file hosted over the network to install Oracle Linux 5.8 (equivalent to RHEL 5.8 I believe). I am using the following at the boot prompt:
linux ks=http://220.127.116.11/my.ks ksdevice=eth0 ip=dhcp
The problem is that at this point, eth0 does not seem to be configured with a driver and I am prompted to select one. Having looked at the various Anaconda docs online, I can't see anything that would let me configure the driver for eth0 from the boot prompt, so that I am not prompted for one afterwards.
Does anyone know of a way to set-up eth0 with a driver from the boot prompt?