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Mar
14
revised disable gpgcheck when using the repo command in a kickstart file
added update about check on VM to be installed on.
Mar
13
comment disable gpgcheck when using the repo command in a kickstart file
And just ran "rpm -K iputils.." on the transferred file and it came out OK
Mar
13
revised disable gpgcheck when using the repo command in a kickstart file
added note about confirmation.
Mar
13
comment disable gpgcheck when using the repo command in a kickstart file
I transferred the "problem" file using the same transfer method to a separate VM and it installed ok.
Mar
13
revised disable gpgcheck when using the repo command in a kickstart file
removed password
Mar
13
revised disable gpgcheck when using the repo command in a kickstart file
added details of actual error.
Mar
13
asked disable gpgcheck when using the repo command in a kickstart file
Mar
8
awarded  Editor
Mar
8
comment centos 6.2 remote kickstart installation
Just starting with what I know. PXE would be nice since I wouldn't even need to burn a disc to get started. I've briefly looked over PXE install, but haven't found a good guide.
Mar
7
awarded  Student
Mar
7
awarded  Scholar
Mar
7
accepted centos 6.2 remote kickstart installation
Mar
7
comment centos 6.2 remote kickstart installation
thanks! I can't believe I missed it!
Mar
7
asked centos 6.2 remote kickstart installation
Jul
19
comment How do I know if I am running 32 or 64-bit Linux?
does this tell you the installation architecture or the actual CPU architecture. For example, if you installed 32-bit OS on 64bit cpu, would this return i686 or x86_64?
Jan
4
awarded  Supporter
Jun
17
awarded  Autobiographer