I used the XFS installer to install RedHat. And have been using the XFS
installer to start my ks.cfg installs. After all the XFS installer asks for the
RedHat CD-ROM when installing. So I'm still not clear on what you mean by
copying the XFS CD-ROM to a directory last.
On Sat, 26 Jan 2002 13:37:24 +0100
Seth Mos <knuffie@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> At 21:19 25-1-2002 -0800, Tony Vickers wrote:
> >I had to reinstall the build system. So I used SGI's XFS installer along
> >with RH 7.2's disc #1,#2. So Yes I do have the full XFS stuff. As far as
> >coping the XFS CD-ROM files last how can you make sure this happens? I
> >looked at the Rev number on the XFS files and they are newer. So if I were
> >to assume that the system is smart to use the latest file would I be
> >right? Is it also possible that I got by chance a ISO file when I
> >downloaded it from SGI?
> Last file copied wins. Copy the XFS installer CDROM to that directory last.
> The following order would be correct RH CD1, RH CD2, XFS installer.
> >This is off topic, but, is there a doc on how to make the same type of
> >BOOT CD that SGI uses?
> Good question but maybe someone has a small howto on doing that sort of
> thing. The reiserfs folks made a lot of adapted Red Hat installer over the
> years and I guess most information is available for building your own
> installer is available.
> I could find some info on the linuxdoc site with regard to modifying a
> installer. Myabe this is of help.
> Every program has two purposes one for which
> it was written and another for which it wasn't
> I use the last kind.
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