"I will use a Fedora 9 server here (IP address
192.168.0.100) to set up a local yum repository for the Kickstart
installation. The yum repository will be served using http (you can
as well use ntp, ftp, etc.).
I will create the Kickstart configuration file ks.cfg on a
second system, a Fedora 9 desktop, with the tool
system-config-kickstart (which requires a desktop environment), and
then transfer it to our Fedora 9 Kickstart server.
This tutorial is for the i386 architecture; if you're using
x86_64, replace i386 with x86_64 where necessary."
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