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You cannot simply copy files to a USB stick and expect it to be bootable or a valid source to install Linux. You need to use an appropriate files system. For linux, FAT or NTFS will not work. In order for the USB stick to be bootable you need to copy or create the appropriate bootstrap code. Perhaps the following will solve your problems:
Maybe I provide not enough information.
Yep, I also install syslinux and configure the syslinux.cfg and ks.cfg for the installation and it can boot up ,read the kickstart file , process the pre% section and running the stage2.
The iso2usb tool use this kind of step too I think.
I try to prove that lost symlink cause this issue by copying the repodata folder from /Server/repodata to the root path of installation source. Now the error gone but how can I manage the rest of symlink as show at the first tread.
I can make it works now.
Harddrive option (repo=hd:sdx:/) does not support installation tree. I have to put the DVD iso on the usb instead. Only nfs,ftp and http perform installation tree. lol