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device i2c_piix4 --opts="aic152x=0x340 io=11"
driverdisk (optional) - Use a Driver Disk
Driver disks can be used during Kickstart installations to provide additional drivers not included by default. You must copy the driver disks's contents to the root directory of a partition on the system's hard drive. Then, you must use the [command]#driverdisk# command to specify that the installation program should look for a driver disk and its location.
[command]#driverdisk _partition_ | --source= | --biospart=#
_partition_
Search for the driver disk image on a local partition. Replace _partition_ with the name of the partition containing the driver disk. Note that the partition must be specified as a full path. For example:
[command]#driverdisk /dev/sdb1#
[option]#--source=#
Search for the driver disk in a network location instead of a local partition. For example:
[command]#driverdisk --source=ftp://pass:attributes[{blank}]_path/to/dd.img_pass:attributes[{blank}]#
[command]#driverdisk --source=http://pass:attributes[{blank}]_path/to/dd.img_pass:attributes[{blank}]#
[command]#driverdisk --source=nfs:pass:attributes[{blank}]_hostname_:/pass:attributes[{blank}]_path/to/dd.img_pass:attributes[{blank}]#
[option]#--biospart=#
BIOS partition containing the driver disk (for example, `82p2`).
install (required) - Configure Installation Method
The default installation mode. You must specify the type of installation from `cdrom`, `harddrive`, `nfs`, `liveimg`, or `url`. The [command]#install# command and the installation method command must be on separate lines. For example:
[command]#install#
[command]#liveimg --url=file:///images/install/squashfs.img --noverifyssl#
The installation method commands are:
[command]#cdrom#
Install from the first optical (DVD) drive on the system.