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Old 29th November 2012, 02:09
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Default CentOS 6 kickstart with multiple NICs?

I'm looking into using kickstart to help me automate a bunch of installs. What I'm finding is a lot of documentation that suggests things keep changing, commands deprecated, and now NetworkManager (which I loathe) is being used by anaconda for the initial network setup. It's baffling.

In any case, my requirement is fairly simple: I want to use a %post script to configure the network interfaces (and to not use NetworkManager). A simple interactive shell is fine and/or I can use a text file that can be grabbed via http (the former being less work).

The kickstart examples I find are older and do not account for the NetworkManager.

Surely, this can't be that difficult? :-) I'd appreciate any pointers, clarification -- as this is driving me nuts.

Thanks.
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