Situation: I've got some machines with Dell iDRAC6 Enterprises that I need to kickstart remotely.
Usually, I'd go to the datacenter, jam the CD and floppy (with ks.cfg) in the machine, and be on my way. The last build I did, I "burnt" the ISO onto a flash drive with UNetBootin, jammed all the kickstarts on the root of the same flash drive, and was able to boot with "linux ks=hd:sdb1:/hostname-ks.cfg." Problem is, I'm doing everything remotely now.
I've loaded up the DRAC interface and mounted both the floppy with ks.cfg and RHEL netboot CD mounted. It boots off the CD, but when I do
The kickstart can't be located and it proceeds into the regular non-automated installation.
I've also tried "linux ks=fd0:/ks.cfg," "linux ks=hd:fd0:/ks.cfg," and a few other permutations, to no avail.
I think if I could figure out what the device names for the virtual CD and floppy that the DRAC presents to the system are, I'd be in good shape.