Warning: These installation instructions do not apply to Flow Enterprise on-premises version 2020.2.2 or later.
Here is a procedure for creating a bootable USB volume using Syslinux that will mount our ISO image and properly run the CentOS "kickstart" script:
- Download and run the YUMI UEFI tool.
- Select your USB volume from the top left drop-down, and check the box to format the volume
- Select CentOS Minimal as the Distribution to put on the volume, check the Show All ISOs! box, and browse to the Flow Enterprise ISO.
- Click Create and let the tool run.
- After the tool has completed, mount the Flow Enterprise ISO (in Windows, right-click the ISO and select Mount)
- Copy the /ks folder from the ISO to the /multiboot folder on the USB volume
- Edit the /multiboot/menu/linux.cfg file:
- Change the line:linux (loop)/isolinux/vmlinuz noeject inst.stage2=hd:LABEL=MULTIBOOT:/$isofileto:linux (loop)/vmlinuz noeject inst.stage2=hd:LABEL=MULTIBOOT:/$isofile inst.ks=hd:LABEL=MULTIBOOT:/multiboot/ks/ks.cfg
- Change the line:initrd (loop)/isolinux/initrd.imgto:initrd (loop)/initrd.img
- Change the line:
- Save the file, unmount the USB volume, and use to boot the target hardware.
To mount the ISO on Mac:
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