I need a second pair of eyes here, please. I have a CentOS 6.6 server(lets call it S1) that has a Samba share on it that is currently working. We can mount that drive on our Windows work stations and transfer/delete from it just fine. Its setup a..
So Im back to this problem. A quick run down of what the original problem was:I have a machine that Im configuring to use kickstart to setup. It has two builtin ethernet ports (labeled ports 1 and 2) and Im adding a third one on its PCIe bus. Origina..
I have a Dell server that has two built-in ethernet devices. When Ikickstart the machine, they are correctly identified as eth0 and eth1(correctly meaning they correspond to the physical device ports 1 and 2). Ineed a third one and want that to c..
Is there a way to use kickstart to boot a machine into a manual setup process? Basically what Im getting to is this, the machine doesnt not have a CD drive in it (nor can I add one), but I can boot it via kickstart. The install media is on the netwo..
Im currently using kickstart for installing new servers and have run into the following scenario: all the machines will have the same basic setup of packages, however they will each be configured for a specific task. For example, some will be mail-serv..
I have an SIIG SC-SA4011 (V1.0) SATA controller that doesnt appear to come up. The system has CentOS 6.5 installed on it, and everything on it works, except for this one controller – the other SATA controller, a RocketRAID1640 works fine. lspci li..
Im completely confused here and Im hoping someone here has a setup theyre willing to share, or help me configure things on my end.My connectivity is through Comcast, who unfortunately, does not offer ipv6in my area. My connection goes like this:Comc..
So this has been bugging me for a few years now and I can always fix the problem, but I dont know if thats actually the correct way. So the issue is terminal emulation. I use Secure CRT (vandyke.com) to connect to any and all of my servers through S..
I have a system that does *not* have a graphical desktop installed, nor do I ever plan to.I have its wired ethernet working just peachy.Now I want to configure a USB wireless ethernet and scratching my head.Particularly since I dont use NetworkManag..
So Im in a bit of a pickle …I have a machine that needs to be repurposed from WinXP to CentOS.I downloaded the CentOS DVD and all then realized … I dont have a keyboard/mouse for the machine.It only has USB ports on it, and I dont have a single availa..