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  • In order to best answer this I need to know more information.
    1) What do you mean by client machines? What OS is it running?
    2) Do you have any control of the Network? do you have a DHCP server and can you make modifications to it? Or is this on a private build network?
    3) Where are you grabbing your linux OS from? the client computer, the net, or somewhere else?
    4) You say you are using a kickstart file, so just to be sure you want to install Redhat, CentOS, Fedora, or Scientific?

    That is a start. Get me that and I can help you further.

    Answered by dmilunus
    8 months ago
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