Build a CentOS7 server for: pxe boot, kickstart, reposync, repotrack, nfs, https (STEP 2)

STEP 2 – PREPARE THE BASE VM FOR INSTALL/CONFIG OF REPOSYNC AND PXE:

PREPARE FOR REPOSYNC AND PXE:

yum install httpd             # downloads 3.0 M, installs 10 M.
yum install tftp-server   # provides initial boot image to the client. Pulls about 44K from repo=base.
yum install syslinux       # provides bootloader to clients. Pulls about 1.2MB from repo=base.
yum install nfs-utils       # downloads 1.5 M, installs 4.2 M.
yum install createrepo  # Installs “createrepo” and “python-deltarpm”, downloads 125K, installs 348K.
systemctl start httpd # 1st run will automatically create /var/www/html/
systemctl enable httpd # verify the apache default web page is available at http://10.0.0.11

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