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INSTALL@Network

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  • Choose and download the Start-CD-Image for your platform from a [Mirrors Released Version]
  • Burn your ISO image to CD
  • Boot from the network install mini iso
  • press F2 for choosing language
  • press F3 for choosing screen resolution

SLP Installation Source

If you have setup a local installation server offering SLP services you can lookup the installation options automatically

  • press F4 and select SLP as an installation source
  • select "Installation" from main boot menu
  • linuxrc will start and offer you installation sources found on the network announced by SLP

HTTP or Similar Installation Source

For using HTTP, Samba, FTP, TFTP or NFS source, you have to type it manually

  • press F4 and select HTTP as installation method
  • enter the HTTP server IP address e.g. 192.168.6.200 points at suse.yourcompany.com
  • enter the directory for the installation source e.g. /install-server/distribution/SL-10.1/inst-source/
  • select "Installation" from main boot menu
  • linuxrc will start and present you a text-based user interface. In the main menu
    • select "Start Installation or System"
    • select "Start Installation or Update"
    • select "Network"
    • select HTTP
      • setup networking either manually of with the help of DHCP
      • verify the HTTP server IP address
      • verify the directory is correct

Configuration of other installation source types is similar to HTTP. Just follow the linuxrc menu.

Then start the download of the openSUSE Installation System. This is about 70 MB large so give it some time. There should be a progress bar visible.

Installation Source Entered Manually

You can also use a linuxrc parameter Install entered to the Boot Options of the installation CD.

 install=nfs://192.168.1.100/install/openSUSE_10.2/
 install=http://10.0.0.5/installations/SUSE_10.2/

After the installation System is started the install process follows as usual.