Re: Get 'No catalog found @ 192.168.1.65 for SuSE 10.1 network install (http) -
- From: houghi <houghi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 20 May 2006 12:46:01 +0200
I have never made any DVDs, just copied the contents of the CD images.
Do you copy them in the same directory? If so it could be that you
overwrite things that should still be there, causing problems with 10.1
and signatures that are not there anymore.
Using `makeSUSEdvd -i -t /dir/to/go` solves this.
When using `keSUSEdvd -i -t /dir/to/go -a /dir/to/extra/RPMS` you now
even get a 1-click way to install all those extra RPMs
You will get a selection 'Personal' as a way to install
An example from during the installation (yes, there was only one file in
I boot from the network install CD, give the server name and directory
and it flies :)
Pffft. Who needs a CD if you can install using diskless installation.
Why must it be HTTP?
So others can also get to it who do not have NFS up and running.
Why must there be a DVD image?
If you only have one PC and want to completely get rid of your previous
partitions. Also to give away. Or backup.
What I do is I use the makeSUSEdvd -i -t -a option and boot into the
installation. I just make iso files for testing purposes.
What you can do is unpack the content of the iso to a partition that you
are not going to remove, like /home. Edit the booting of it and do it
I believe there also is a way to do remote installation, but never tried
houghi http://houghi.org http://www.plainfaqs.org/linux/
Today I went outside. My pupils have never been tinier...
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