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Re: [Xen-users] Command line NFS guest install

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  • From: "Jeff Lane" <sundowner225@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 30 May 2008 10:45:42 -0400
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In the install source section of the GUI guest creator, you can
specify nfs or http:


where the share is a directory holding the OS install tree.

Else, virt-install --help from CLI and you can probably figure it out
from there...

If you are doing full virt (which, IIRC, you are not due to using an
x445) you have to either use CD, ISO, or PXE to boot the OS installer
for your guests.


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