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The issue was that I still had eth0 as an auto-connection with DHCP. It got plugged in, grabbed the same IP address, and had a conflict. I solved this by editing /etc/network/interfaces, and changing the line: iface eth0 inet dhcp to iface eth0 inet manual I then took down eth0 (ifdown eth0) and brought it back up (ifup eth0). Then I could ping ...


Log in as local admin account Open a command prompt Issue the command “set devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices=1” Launch Device Manager by typing devmgmt.msc in the same command prompt session (so the device manager session “sees” the environment variable) In Device Manager select View -> Show hidden devices Now the Ghosted NIC’s (RTL8139+) should be visible ...


If u just want to edit domU's configuration, try below, virsh edit vm-name It will use vi to open xml by default


Beware that in the event your kickstart file can not be located in the ks= parameter, the same error will be shown. For instance, I had been trying to use a kickstart file located on a virtual server configured with apache and the installer, rightly so, could not resolve my virtual website. (Using a resolvable, actual IP helped)

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