Created a DVC ISO and boot on USB. Centos installs to the point of having one file "Anaconda-KS.config and that is it. When I do a "cat Anaconda KS.config I can see that it is saying to install from CD/DVD put it is not listed in the Setup Boot choices.
How do I get this to work. (I am obviously a "newbie."
Centos 7. I have a DVD on the way for Centos 7.2 in case I did not created the DVD iso correctly.
Basically I am booting up on the USB that has the DVD ISO. tried to also burn this to disk and run the "OS Deploy" functionality but there is no recognition of the media.
Am I on the right track? (Newbie to Linux but not technology)
You can't just put an ISO file on a USB and boot to it. You must extract the contents to a USB you have already made to be bootable. Easiest way is to use LiLi to create this. Same for DVD ... you must burn the ISO image to DVD, not simply copy the ISO to the DVD.
Try the drivers for RHEL 7 (RHEL is the commercial equivalent to CentOS):
RHEL 7 is certified on the PowerEdge R610:
I ordered a DVD with the ISO being on it. I also created a USB with LiLi thanks for pointing me that direction, nice utility. Centos 7 is now installed and I am about figuring out how to find and install the correct NIC Driver