>>> yum install git make gcc perl syslinux genisoimage
>>> git clone git://git.ipxe.org/ipxe.git
>>> cd ipxe.git/src
>>> make EMBEDDED_IMAGE=bfo.gpxe bin/ipxe.iso
>>> make EMBEDDED_IMAGE=bfo.gpxe bin/ipxe.usb
>>> make EMBEDDED_IMAGE=bfo.gpxe bin/ipxe.dsk
>>> make EMBEDDED_IMAGE=bfo.gpxe bin/ipxe.lkrn
>> I tried this and got:
>> make: *** No rule to make target `bin/ipxe.iso'. Stop.
>> basically it doesn't seem they understand a EMBEDDED_IMAGE option.
> well, forgive me asking, but are you sure you were in the right
> directory when you tried to build?-)
I hope so. I was in my ipxe.git/src/ dir.
> FOO=bar defines a variable FOO for the build and the error you got
> was about the missing definition of the actual target, bin/ipxe.iso.
Right. What I get is:
...bunch of compile...
Ok, now you're running make in the correct directory, however ...
make: *** No rule to make target `bfo.gpxe', needed by
... this means that the embedded script was not found.
As mentioned the script contents and path need to be adjusted for what's
appropriate for bfo. The reason I didn't say anything explicitly is that
there seems to be conflicting information in the files README vs
FEDORA-INFRA in fedora-infrastructure.git.
After a bit of investigation it seems that README corresponds to current
situation while FEDORA-INFRA does not.
Perhaps we could continue to discussion about these details off-list or
on IRC as needed?