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Re: [K12OSN] Booting old Dell GXi



Caleb,

You need to put '/tftpboot' on the beginning of that pathname.

You should be looking for /tftpboot/lts/boot/bootp/vmlinuz.all.bootp.

This is because the tftpd command has '-s /tftpboot' in the
/etc/xinetd.d/tftp file.

Jim McQuillan
jam Ltsp org



On 14 Jun 2002, Caleb wrote:

> Hi guys.
> 
> I have been trying to use Dell GXi's as terminals. What kernel do I use?
> I went to the how to and everything. It looks like something is missing.
> I've tried it in both the 2.0.2 distro and the 2.1.0. What am I missing?
> /lts/boot/pxe exists yes, but I need /lts/boot/bootp. It refers to
> /lts/boot/bootp/vmlinuz.all.bootp but the bootp directory doesn't even
> exist. Not even a single kernel ending with .bootp for that matter. I'm
> clueless since all my experience has been with PXE. The terminals will
> boot and talk to the server but then it says file not found. Someone
> help me.
> 
> 

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