3COM PXE DRIVER

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The student presses enter and install works. I followed the same procedure using the redhat 8 bootnet. Create boot disk from redhat 8 bootnet. Attachments Terms of Use Add an attachment proposed patch, testcase, etc. I’m sure this has been done already in multiple threads but I thought I’d share with you how I’ve managed to get my computers pxe-booting to Ghost over the network in just FOUR steps

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Create boot disk from redhat 8 bootnet. I’m not sure on the WinImage stuff. Friend bragging about 10 year old car with really low pxr [ Automotive ] by IowaCowboy Hope this is useful.

– doesn’t work with 3com pxe server

Tags for this Thread ghostnetwork boot; imagingpxe. We’re probably using a newer version of syslinux as well. The floppy booted and everything installed like it did on the other attempts. So the problem is probably with the way the 3com pxe server is reading the disk. My problem is the 3com tools won’t read the linux formatted floppy and stops.

I think that might work. How to pxe boot to Ghost in 4 steps.

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Thanks for your time. Not sure how this would interact with the 3com PXE server. The next is could not find kernel image. I first wanted to try to use our 3Com 3dom boot files on the Novell side of things, which worked well and then afterwards tried combining the ZENworks files. I have a menu file that allows the user to install redhat 7.

What changes were made to bootnet. Do all of these steps on your Ghost Server!! Comment Cancel You must be logged in to post a comment. Version-Release number of selected component if applicable: I then made the PXE image of the disk and it failed again.

How to run 3com PXE and TFTP server as a service instead of the default manual start.

Many of the our new mini notebooks don’t have cd roms drives built in and was trying to make memtest86 accessible thru pxe.

The 3Com PXE boot files consist of a menu file and the boot image pze.

I was being an idiot and not following instructions, I’d created a Ghost console boot image instead of just a Ghost one Works fine. Accept all other defaults. Comment 3 Jason Basically I have about 36 Pxs students need to install linux on.

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Configuring 3Com PXE Server for Windows installs

Are we seeing the end of the road for the Windows NT kernel? Was able to use the 3com tools to make a few of my tools and HP utils accessible via pxe. The install went fine. Pxxe if you create a physical floppy disk and use something like WinImage to extract it again?

I hope the above messages give you something to work on. I am just testing this now and looking at how to ghost a server that I have running as I need this for the MS courses that we have running here.

I turned my attention to syslinux. Did something change in the way the bootnet. Comment 2 Jeremy Katz I am going to try to examine the ramdisk tomorrow if I have time.