The only one that i have heard of was spotted by SYNACK - see PXE over wireless?
Got a feeling I'm going to draw a blank on this one... anyone done it?
PXE Booting a Laptop
I dd the disk image produced to a floppy, boot a laptop and get a an error message telling me that no PCI device has been found. Which is silly, because I know I'm not looking for a PCI device.Code:root@ACSBACKUP002:~# makerom Bootrom configuration program, Version 0.9.8 (netboot) Copyright (C) 1995-2003 G. Kuhlmann Build bootrom for a processor older than 386 (y/n) [no] ? n Include support for old-style menus (not recommended) (y/n) [no] ? n Do you want the BIOS to look for boot disks (y/n) [no] ? n Do you want the bootrom to ask before booting from network (y/n) [no] ? n List of known network cards: (0) unknown card with user supplied driver (1) 3Com 3C501 Etherlink ISA ... (131) Znyx ZX312/314 EtherAction PCI Select a network card (-1 to review the list) [-1]: 0 Known network card bus types: (1) ISA bus (including PnP) (2) EISA bus (3) MCA bus (4) PCI bus Select the bus type of your network card : 1 Enter PnP device ID string (maybe empty): The following network driver interfaces are available: (1) Packet Driver Interface (PD) (2) Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS) (3) Universal Network Driver Interface (UNDI) Select the interface you wish to use : 1 Enter path of packet driver ('*' for directory listing): * Contents of /usr/local/lib/netboot/netdrvr/pktdrvr: 3c501.com 3c503.com 3c505.com 3c507.com 3c509.com 3c523.com dc21x4.com de600.com depca.com dlkrcb.com e100bpkt.com e10ppkt.com ee10pkt.com epropkt.com exos205.com exp16.com hppclan.com hppclanp.com lan595.com ne1000.com ne2.com ne2000.com ne2100.com smc_wd.com Enter path of packet driver ('*' for directory listing): dlkrcb.com Enter command line for packet driver [0x%S]: Enter minimum execution size in bytes (-1 = default) (decimal): -1 Enter maximum execution size in bytes (-1 = default) (decimal): -1 Do you want to use the packet driver debugger (y/n) [no] ? n Do you want to specify an additional program (y/n) [no] ? n Available output file types for rom image: (1) Raw binary (2) Intel hex (3) Motorola hex (4) Tektronix hex (5) Image for programming a FlashCard across the network Select the format you wish to use : 1 root@ACSBACKUP002:~#
Anybody any ideas / comments / help?
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