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-==== Download source code ====+==== Prebuilt binaries ​====
-Source code is now maintained in our git repository at [[http://git.etherboot.org/?p=gpxe.git]].  ​You can check out a copy of the source ​tree using+Prebuilt gPXE images are available from [[http://rom-o-matic.net/​]].  ​Images ​can be generated from official gPXE releases or from the current development ​tree.  This is probably the easiest way to get started with gPXE.
-  git clone git://​git.etherboot.org/​scm/​gpxe.git+==== Source code (git) ====
-or, if you don't have git installed, download a tarball of the current development ​snapshot from [[http://​git.etherboot.org/?​p=gpxe.git;a=snapshot]].+You can browse ​the current development ​tree at [[http://​git.etherboot.org/?​p=gpxe.git]], or check out a copy using:
-A complete build of gPXE requires the ''​syslinux''​ and ''​mtools''​ packages in your development environment''​syslinux''​ is required in order to create ISO imagesOn RedHat/Fedora systems you can install the packages by saying:+  git clone git://git.etherboot.org/scm/​gpxe.git
-  # yum install syslinux mtools+To update your checked out copy at any time, use:
-Once you have the code, you can do a complete build of gPXE using using+  git pull
-  cd gpxe/src +==== Source code (tarballs) ====
-  make+
-This will generate bootable images for floppy diskCD-ROM, and USB key, which is the best way to get started experimenting with gPXE.+If you do not have ''​git''​ installedyou can download a tarball of the current development snapshot of gPXE from [[http://​git.etherboot.org/?​p=gpxe.git;​a=snapshot]] or, a tarball of the most recent official release from [[http://​etherboot.org/​rel/​gpxe/​]] or [[http://​kernel.org/​pub/​software/​utils/​boot/​gpxe/​]].
-=== Updating source code ===+==== Extensions in development (gpxe-staging) ====
-To update your downloaded source tree at any time, use+A separate repository is kept for useful gPXE extensions and patches that have not been sufficiently tested and reviewed to be merged into gPXE mainline. See the [[staging|staging page]] if you'd like to help us test them.
-  git pull+==== Building from Source ====
-This will fetch the latest changes ​and apply them to your tree.  ​This command will work only if you obtained your source tree using ''​git clone''​; if you downloaded a tarball then the only way to update your tree is to download a new tarball.+A complete build of gPXE or Etherboot requires ​the ''​syslinux'' ​and ''​mtools''​ packages in your development environment.  ''​syslinux''​ is required in order to create ISO imagesOn RedHat/​Fedora systems you can install these packages using:
-=== Source code for old versions ===+  sudo yum install syslinux mtools
-Should you want it, the source code for the old Etherboot-5.4 release is available from [[http://​git.etherboot.org/?​p=etherboot.git]].+You can then do a complete build of gPXE using:
 +  cd gpxe/src
 +  make
-==== Download pre-built binaries ====+**Centos 5 / Fedora 11 Notes**
-You can get pre-built ROM images from [[http://rom-o-matic.net/]] +You may need to set the value in the line 59 of src/arch/i386/​Makefile correctly (/​usr/​share/​syslinux/​isolinux.bin), apparently the reference to /usr/​lib/​syslinux/​isolinux.bin is incorrect, this has not been tested in other distros. ISOLINUX_BIN config has been missing for a while.
 +=== Etherboot 5.4 and older releases ===
 +Source code for Etherboot 5.4 (our legacy bootloader, in maintenance-only mode) is available at [[http://​git.etherboot.org/?​p=etherboot.git]].
 +The source code for older Etherboot releases is available from [[http://​sourceforge.net/​project/​showfiles.php?​group_id=4233&​package_id=4250]]

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