Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi vmlinuz386 at yahoo.com.ar
Thu Apr 19 10:19:58 EDT 2012

On 04/19/2012 05:13 AM, Dieter Plaetinck wrote:
>> +All ISOs are ready to act as PXE server, some manual steps are needed
>> +to setup desired PXE boot mode.
>> +Alternativelly is possible to use an already PXE server following the same logic.
>> +Note: Setup network first, adjust IP adresses, and respect all slashes "/".
> to set up the desired PXE boot mode.
fixed.
> Alternatively it is possible to use a what?
Your "PXE server" made with you with for example: ISC dhcpd, tftp-hpa,
and maybe other components.
> "respect all slashes" isn't that obvious?
Maybe, but not in all cases. (example last slash must be present here
otherwise will not work at all: --dhcp-option-force=210,/arch/ )
> How about DHCP?  As I user I would like to know if any dhcp server is started by default (as this could have an impact on my network)
> maybe you should add something like "some manual steps are needed to set up the desired PXE boot mode, which also involves enabling the DHCP server"
>
dnsmasq always start the dhcp server, in fact I titled it as "* DHCP + TFTP"

Following the policy, that the user knows what he does, and this is
purely as a reference and memory aid(at least this is my intention), do
not think it needed further clarification. If necessary the wiki is the
right place.

Thank you for the feedback :)

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Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi
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