When we upgraded to 7 on our imaging server, we didn't think about saving
our settings.txt.. Well now for some reason, when you boot from pxe and
press manual mode, everything loads as expected. But for some reason instead
of being brought to a bash prompt I am seeing a setup screen asking me for a
zenworks disc? I'm sure it's me overlooking a small detail or something.
Thanks everyone.

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# ZENworks Imaging Settings
#
# This file resides on Boot Floppy 2 and controls the initialization of the
# ZENworks Imaging Engine.
#
# You may edit this file manually or use the ZENworks Boot Disk Creation
# utility (ZIMGBOOT.EXE) installed on each ZENworks server.
#
# The character starting this line denotes a comment. Any line beginning
# with that character is ignored when initializing the Imaging Engine.



# PROMPT should be set to YES if you want to be given a Linux prompt after
# initialization is complete.

# PROMPT=YES


# MANUALREBOOT should be set to YES if you want to reboot manually.

# MANUALREBOOT=YES


# PARTITIONSIZE is the size in megabytes of the ZENworks Imaging partition
# that will be created when installing the ZENworks Imaging Engine.

PARTITIONSIZE=100


# IPADDR should be set to the IP address you want the workstation to use.
# If using DHCP, remove or comment out this line:

# IPADDR=0.0.0.0


# NETMASK is this workstation's subnet mask.
# If using DHCP, remove or comment out this line:

# NETMASK=0.0.0.0


# GATEWAY is the router address for this workstation.
# If using DHCP, remove or comment out this line:

# GATEWAY=0.0.0.0


#Specify the DNS nameserver
#Each nameserver should be separated by blank space

# DNSNAMESERVER="172.16.1.1"


#Specify the DNS domain suffixes.
#Each domain suffix should be separated by blank space

# DNSDOMAINSUFFIX="ops.org"


# PROXYADDR is the IP address or DNS name of the ZENworks Image Server.

PROXYADDR=172.25.191.8


#Specifies if additional drivers are to be copied/loaded while booting the
linux kernel.
#Copy the additional drivers using the add linux drivers option, and
uncomment the following line.

# LOADADDITIONALDRIVERS=YES


#LANGDISK specifies that user will be prompted for language diskettes, when
booting from floppy or CD.

3LANGDISK=YES
nopcmcia=1