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Kickstart woes

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Subject: Kickstart woes
From: Ajay Shekhawat <ajay@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2001 14:31:54 -0400
Organization: Center for Document Analysis and Recognition
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I'm trying to do a kickstart installation using the "bootnet" image
from the XFS 1.0.1 distribution (RH7.1 + XFS).

My ks.cfg file looks like this:

        zerombr yes
        clearpart --all
        part / --size 2048 --fs xfs
        part /boot --size 32 --fs xfs
        part /tmp --size 1024 --fs xfs
        part /var --size 512 --fs xfs
        part swap --size 512 --fs xfs
        part /local --size 1 --grow --fs xfs

After anaconda formats the partitions, it stops saying:
        Error mounting hda5 on /: No such device
        This most likely means the partition is not formatted
        Press OK

Via  alt-F3, I can see messages like
        Making XFS filesystem for hda5
        Making XFS filesystem for hda1
        Making XFS filesystem for hda6
        Making XFS filesystem for hda7

In alt-F2 console, I can 
        fdisk /tmp/hda
without problems.

Any ideas on whats going on?  The disk is a Western Digital 40GB disk.


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