I am now trying a FC11 install, I tried the recommendation below that
worked with FC10, to press tab then enter askmethod. But this did not
work. It went right along to install from CD, not giving me the option
to point it to my local http repo server....
Aldo Foot wrote:
On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 2:59 PM, Robert Moskowitz<[email protected]> wrote:
I am doing yet another install, this time on a Dell SFF with an internal CD.
I want to do a network install from my local repo.
With older Redhat stuff, I did a 'linux askmethod' at the enter prompt. I
have noticed with FC10, that I would frequently not be given the chance to
press enter, let alone type in the above command, but I would be given a
menu that would allow me to supply a URL anyway.
Well on this system I go right to the menu about
install/recover/bootlocal/memcheck and from here it goes into the install
from CD without ever being given the option to provide the URL of my local
repo. Even if I let it go all the way to where you can provide which repos
to load from, I cannot see how to point the installation repo to my network
I have tried various combinations of F1, F2, F3 at that startup menu, but I
never can get it to a point to let me provide the URL of my repo.
Am I going to have to use a USB CD drive to trick it?
Try with the TAB key as suggested here.
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