4.1. Installing Red Hat Virtualization during a new Red Hat Enterprise Linux installation

4.1. Installing Red Hat Virtualization during a new Red Hat Enterprise Linux installation

Adding Red Hat Virtualization packages to a Kickstart file

This section describes how to use kickstart files to install Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Kickstart files allow for large, automated installations without a user manually installing each individual system. The steps in this section will assist you in creating and using a Kickstart file to install Red Hat Enterprise Linux with the Red Hat Virtualization packages.

More information on kickstart files can be found on Red Hat's website, redhat.com, in the Installation Guide for your Red Hat Enterprise Linux version.


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