If no DHCP is available, choose in the boot screen to select the desired network protocol (NFS, HTTP, FTP, or SMB/CIFS) and provide the server's address and the path to the installation media.
On EFI systems modify the boot parameter In case your machine is not equipped with an optical drive, you can boot the installation image from a flash disk.
If booting fails, try to enable CSM (Compatibility Support Module) in your firmware.
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During the installation process, Ya ST analyzes both your current system settings and your hardware components.
Choose this option if you have an installation server available in your network or want to use an external server as the source of your installation data.
This setup can be configured to boot from physical media (flash disk, CD/DVD, or hard disk) or configured to boot via network using PXE/BOOTP.
Refer to Section 2.2, “System Start-up for Installation” for details.
The installation program configures the network connection with DHCP and retrieves the location of the network installation source from the Open SLP server.
Choose this option if you want to perform a stand-alone installation and do not want to rely on a network to provide the installation data or the boot infrastructure.
The installation proceeds exactly as outlined in Section 2.3, “Steps of the Installation”.
Here, select other sources, like FTP or NFS servers.