After I installed and configured (all via the web UI) Katello 3.1 / Foreman 
1.12 and synced CentOS 7 repositories it seems that all of the tftp/pxe stuff 
necessary to do pxe installs of CentOS was automagically setup for me.

For example, /var/lib/tftpboot/boot contains:



I'm trying to add pxe boot/install support for OEL 7.  I created similar 
products, content views, media, and OS as I have for CentOS.  I used host 
discovery to create a new host entry and selected the OEL stuff I setup.  
/var/lib/tftpboot/boot/OracleLinux-7-x86_64-initrd.img and 
OracleLinux-7-x86_64-vmlinuz where created for me, but they were 0 byte files.  
So I manually replaced those files with the appropriate ones from the OEL 
"boot" CD.

However, the installer now fails because 
 doesn't exist.

What is supposed to create those files?  Is there a hammer command I should run 
or something?



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