[QUOTE=ab;37771]On 05/08/2017 07:34 AM, shaunglass wrote:[color=blue]
We are going to be using SLES 12 server soon. As per our RHEL Servers
and a kickstart file, we are wanting to do the same with the SLES
Servers. I have created an autoyast file and stored it on a web server.
The path is reachable.
I boot off the ISO and then give the following boot options :
It however stalls with the following after getting an IP Address via
-Loading http://xx.xx.x.xx/sles/sles12sp2-autoinstall.xml - -[/color]
Any more details on the error? Does it successfully get an IP address,
DNS servers (if needed), and a default gateway? Is the netmask set
appropriately? When this happens are you able to switch o a console
(Ctrl+Alt+F2) yet, and if so can you successfully ping or otherwise test
access to the install source? Is this a VM, or can you otherwise trace
the LAN/wire in order to see if the connection to the AutoYaST file works
Is this really just SLES 12, or are you using SP2 while you’re at it?
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Ok … apologies, was SLES 12 SP2. What I have done is as follows :
switched from autoyast2 to autoyast with the ifcfg component.
dvd as installation source
[*]http to https for path to xml file
It fails to find xml file but then popup prompts to check / change path. I switch from https to http … works. Workaround, but works.