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Old 8th June 2007, 15:52
hanzam hanzam is offline
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Default SystemImager Problem

Hi FT ,

Im getting problem with SystemImager . Before I'm explaining the problem , following is my details setup

Server : Debian Etch
SystemImager version : 3.6 (Im using apt-get install systemimager-server without adding any source file in /etc/apt/source.list)
PXE server

Golden Client 1 : Debian Etch
SystemImager version : 3.6 (Im using apt-get install systemimager-client without adding any source file in /etc/apt/source.list)

Golden Client 2 : Red Hat Enterprise 3
SystemImager version : 3.8 (using the rpm package)

I have successful installation on both server and client without having any error.I'm using PXE to boot a target client and its work for the debian client.I'm getting error on rhel client . For details pls find attached figure.

Im suspecting there is something that i have to make changes on the installation script for the partion part.

Herewith I'm also attached my auto install script.

I need your experience and expertise to help me find out the solution.

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