O/S Deployment Thread, PXE Broken after Ubuntu upgrade in Technical; Made the mistake of letting Ubuntu upgrade itself to the latest version and now I've come to use FOG(v0.28) and ...
1st July 2010, 02:05 PM #1
PXE Broken after Ubuntu upgrade
Made the mistake of letting Ubuntu upgrade itself to the latest version and now I've come to use FOG(v0.28) and try and PXE boot a netbook on to it (which I have done before) it just gives me:
PXE-E02 ONLY ABSOLUTE FILENAMES ALLOWED
PXE-E3C TFTP ERROR - ACCESS VIOLATION
PXE-M0F EXITING INTEL PXE ROM
Any ideas how to fix this? Could be the PXE or could be something unrelated, as I said was working fine before the upgrade, why oh why did I do it!
1st July 2010, 02:22 PM #2
Looks like I may need to go to 0.29 of FOG, I'll try that and see if it helps.
1st July 2010, 02:49 PM #3
seems to have done the trick! :-)
1st July 2010, 03:03 PM #4
The issue is with your TFTP server - tftpd on Ubuntu / Debian. I switched to tftpd-hpa after the default tftpd didn't seem to support features to actually let PXE clients boot, then had to write a bunch of rewrite rules to actually get different TFTP clients to work. Blasted things still aren't actually booting, but that seems to be down to the version of Slax I'm trying to PXE boot...
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