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Re: possible to undefine hostname class?

From: Alexander Jolk
Subject: Re: possible to undefine hostname class?
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2004 12:29:47 +0200

Eric Sorenson wrote:
> We made a perl CGI called kscfg.cgi which gets pointed at by our PXEboot
> kickstart target, a'la
> label rh73-ks
>   kernel vmlinuz-rh73
>   append initrd=initrd-rh73.img.gz ramdisk_size=16384 ksdevice= 
> ks=http://ks-server/cgi-bin/kscfg.cgi
> All of the intelligence about what host should get what kickstart
> config is done in the CGI, which uses the HTTP REMOTE_ADDR variable
> to determine the hostname, subnet, etc which cause different kickstart
> config stuff to happen.

That sounds great.  Could you share this CGI with us?


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