I have a custom CentOS 7 iso that is currently deployed on several systems with USB installation.
I have a pxe system setup that is capable of performing the same installation via network based on the same source.
The installation works and the result is basically identical.
There is one minor difference though.
During usb install it looks like this:
With install via pxe:
As you can see the Network configuration for all attached interfaces is activated.
This results in different looking content of /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0
The file was # Generated by dracut initrd.
It looks like this:
# Generated by dracut initrd
Normally it looks like this:
ZONE=public is added in a post script and it was not added.
Is it possible to deactivate the network configuration during installation even though I have to connect 1 interface to be able to boot from pxe?
My goal is to have the installation identical with pxe.
The ifcfg files shouldn't be created by dracut, at least not for the resulting OS.
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