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Getting the kernel and initrd
Downloading the kernel and initrd
Create a directory for the files.
# [command]#mkdir -p `/var/lib/tftpboot/f{PRODVER}`pass:attributes[{blank}]#
Download the kernel.
# wget{PRODVER}/Server/x86_64/os/images/pxeboot/vmlinuz -O /var/lib/tftpboot/f{PRODVER}/vmlinuz
Download the initrd
# wget{PRODVER}/Server/x86_64/os/images/pxeboot/initrd.img -O /var/lib/tftpboot/f{PRODVER}/initrd.img
Providing repositories
The examples in this section use the public Fedora mirrors as the package source. For faster installations, installing to many systems, or more isolated environments, you may wish to maintain a local repository.
Fedora Infrastructure maintains instructions for a configuring a local mirror at link:++[]. The preferred method for providing repositories is via HTTP, and you can refer to the [citetitle]_Fedora System Administrator's Guide_, available at link:++[], to configure `httpd`.
Advanced network installations with Cobbler
For more complex environments, {PRODUCT} offers the [package]*cobbler* installation server. Tasks like managing kickstart configurations, coordinating repositories, maintaining dns records, dhcp servers, and even puppet manifests are effectively automated by [package]*cobbler*.
While levaraging all of the features provided by cobbler can be relatively simple, the full functionality of this powerful tool is too broad to be documented in this guide. The cobbler community provides documentation at link:++[] to accompany the packages in the Fedora repository.
Alternatively, you may also be interested in **Foreman**. You can find official documentation as well as downloads on the project website at link:++[].