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I've tried everything, but only this seems to work: put the ks.cfg inside the initrd. So the steps below extract initrd, add the ks.cfg in there, and recreate it. Tested with CentOS7 First mount the original .iso image on your pc, and copy its contents under tmp/ Then, #Keep the original file cp -ai tmp/isolinux/initrd.img initrd.img.orig mkdir irmod cd ...


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This is when the install is on the Solaris machine; In order to use the USB stick as a boot media, you will need to have the OpenBoot version higher than 4.27 (when you get to the ok prompt you see the banner that tells you your Open Boot version).. If that condition is met, you can try to use the USB stick prep by the link provided in the first response by ...



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