Suse 10.2 network install

07/04/2008 - 19:01 von NetworkElf | Report spam
Greetings all,

I have a number of Suse boxen to setup, so I decided to grab the
repository and set it up locally, rather than burning bandwidth and
hitting someone's mirror over and over. I set up a local web site and pointed it to the root of the install directory
(where boot, suse,etc. directories are). I can browse to this site and
see everything as I can see it on one of the mirrors.

I got everything downloaded and I've booted to my network install disk,
but after giving it the name of my local http site (
and the directory (blank), I'm getting a 404 error. Going to the alt-F3
console shows me that the install cannot see /boot/i386/root, even though
I can browse the directory tree in firefox and see everything from my
local workstation. I can browse to files and open them, so it doesn't
appear to be an access error and the file in question is in the directory.

I'm sort of stumped here. I tried reconfiguring the web site to point to
the parent directory (10.2) and giving the site as and
the directory as /10.2, but this results in the same problem, but with a
reference to /10.2/boot/i383/root instead.

If anyone has any thoughts on this, I would be very happy to hear them.
BTW, I pointed this same install disk and physical box to one of the
mirror repositories and it worked fine, just horribly slowly.



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#1 Francis Debord
07/04/2008 - 19:49 | Warnen spam
Try with FTP.
use ip-Adresses instead of hostnames!

MfG Francis

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