i'm attempting to do a harddrive install of fc8 to "computer A", which is incapable of booting from cd. so far, i have successfully moved the harddrive to "computer B" and installed to that harddrive from the fc8 live cd.
problem is, when i move the harddrive back to computer A and attempt to boot, i'm told that the kernel requires features (0:15) that are not supported by my cpu (which is an amd k6-2 or thereabouts). i partially solved that problem by searching and finding that the fedora unity respin includes a kernel that supports the k6-2. so i downloaded disc 1 of the respin and burned it to cd.
now my problem is, how do i get the live cd to install the appropriate kernel? i still need to move the harddrive to computer B, which has a modern cpu, to install fc8 to it. i expect that the install will detect the modern cpu and install the appropriate kernel for it. what i really want (i'm pretty sure) is to install kernel-2.6.14-102.fc8.i586.rpm -- *586* not 686.
i've looked at the sticky post on installation options, and don't see there any way to force the choice of a particular kernel.
any ideas how i might get the kernel i want, when installing on computer B for use on computer A?