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The Louisville Linux Meetup Group Message Board › Remote Redhat Installation

Remote Redhat Installation

Barton C.
user 3970378
Louisville, KY
Post #: 11
In a discussion with Ukiah and ... um ... Allen? We were talking about remote installation or upgrade under Linux.

Well... I've got half (or perhaps just a third of) the answer: Kickstart can be used to script a Redhat install; the kickstart configuration file can be pushed out via DHCP; if you can set the machines up to net boot, then you can push a full install.

That still doesn't answer the question of remotely upgrading thousands of machines simultaneously...

Kickstart is available in Fedora, as well.
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