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[K12OSN] Terminal setup help saga

Thanks Jim

There are no BIOS options that help the situation, so I went and installed
a new net card, edited dhcpd.conf with the new MAC address and now I have a
different ball game:

Screen displays DHCP MAC ADDR... then
PXE-EA1: No PXE server found, using standard boot...
PXE-E32: TFTP Open Timeout (this appears twice)
PXE-M0F: Exiting LANDesk Service agent
DISK BOOT FAILURE< insert disk...

I've checked PXE directories and files, and they all seem to be there...

I am open to suggestions. I am prepared to install a floppy and try that
side of things, but before I'll listen/do whatever has worked for others.
El Paso ISD, TX

>Unfortunately, you have an RPL bootrom, which is NOT supported
>by Linux.
>What you need is either Etherboot, PXE, MBA or netboot.
>Maybe you have an option in your bios to select something
>other than RPL.
>Jim McQuillan
>jam Ltsp org
>On Wed, 3 Apr 2002, alanh wrote:
>> Hi folks
>> If someone with a little time/experience can help me, it will be greatly
>> appreciated:
>> I am running the V2 install of LTSP - the DHCP part runs ok. However,
>>when trying
>> to configure the diskless terminals, I've edited /etc/dhcpd.conf to look
>>for the
>> mac address of the w/station, but I keep getting:
>> RPL-ROM-IRQ: 11
>> RPL-ROM-FFC: 5 disk boot failure...
>> I know there's a quick fix/file tweak I am missing, but have all my
>> notes/resources elsewhere...
>> cheers
>> Alan A Hodson
>> El Paso ISD, TX
>> ahodson episd org
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