jamiebohr at gmail.com
Fri Sep 15 12:49:38 UTC 2006
I am starting to look at PXE for a boot solution at work. From what I
understand you can just tell the system to boot off the network. Are you
using hardware that does not support PXE boot from the BIOS?
Have you looked at syslinux? It and its brothers - pxelinux, isolinux and
memdisk - can be found at http://syslinux.zytor.com/.
It sounds like you have done this a lot and I am not even a beginner so my I
may completely miss the mark on this.
On 9/15/06, bsnottum at hkskole.no <bsnottum at hkskole.no> wrote:
> I am running a pxe-server with fc2, tftp-0.33-3, dhcp-3.0.1rc14-1 and
> bpbatch as my boot-loader. I have set up the server after an article by
> Styefan Rubner. I have been using Bart's boot diskette as a boot image for
> a couple of years, but since this is not supported anylonger I miss more
> and more drivers.
> Can anyone help me with another pxe-solution?
> I have found that the netbootdisk works well on a diskette, but it does
> not work on my pxe-server. I think it is bacause bpbatch does not support
> images larger than 1.44 MB.
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