Since this is a physical appliance i downloaded the PI-APL-220.127.116.11.294-2-K9 image and burnt it on a DL DVD.
Yesterday i was onsite and booted from the DVD the process starts.
Selected the re-install option with Keyboard & Monitor attached then the setup starts and we get the "Welcome to Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server" screen after a few minutes i get a pop up asking me for the Red Hat Linux CD.....
After trying this a few times i canceld it and removed the Prime from the rack todo a re-install at my company.
Here i have the same problem.
I do have an NCS-APL-18.104.22.168-1-K9 image from an earlier crash and this works fine.
But i dont really want to do the upgrade process from 1.1 --> 2.0 again since there is an image available with a clean 22.214.171.124 install.
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