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Old 6th March 2009, 22:09
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I have followed the Systemimager tutorial for Ubuntu 8.10 successfully, however when I use the restore disk, it fails because of no DHCP source. The server the image is being restored to is in a DMZ and doesn't have access to DHCP. Is there any way to put a static ip in the boot disk .iso? Or do I have to image the server on network then move it over to the DMZ?

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Aristotle
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Is there any way to put a static ip in the boot disk .iso?
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Or do I have to image the server on network then move it over to the DMZ?

Thanks,
Aristotle
That would probably be the easiest way.
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