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pxechaining [2010/07/14 09:10]
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     tar jxf gpxe-1.0.1.tar.bz2     tar jxf gpxe-1.0.1.tar.bz2
     cd gpxe-1.0.1/​src     cd gpxe-1.0.1/​src
-    make DEBUG=http,​iscsi,​tftp,​dhcp bin/​undionly.kpxe;sudo cp bin/​undionly.kpxe /​tftproot/​undionly.kpxe+    make DEBUG=http,​iscsi,​tftp,​dhcp bin/​undionly.kpxe&&sudo cp bin/​undionly.kpxe /​tftproot/​undionly.kpxe 
 + 
 +==== Using pxelinux, menu.c32 and dnsmasq to chainload gPXE ==== 
 +If you want to test gPXE but you are using extensively pxelinux and you do not want to break the rest of your configuration,​ you can add a menu entry to load gPXE. 
 +The ''/​etc/​dnsmasq.conf''​ should contain something like: 
 +    #DHCP 
 +    domain=mydomain 
 +    dhcp-range=192.168.10.100,​192.168.10.200,​255.255.255.0,​30m 
 +    dhcp-option=option:​router,​192.168.10.1 
 +    dhcp-authoritative 
 +     
 +    # TFTP part 
 +    enable-tftp 
 +    tftp-root=/​tftproot 
 +     
 +    # PXE 
 +    dhcp-boot=/​tftproot/​pxelinux.0 
 +    # required by old versions of gPXE (e.g. the one that comes with OracleVM) 
 +    dhcp-no-override 
 +The ''/​tftproot/​pxelinux.cfg/​default''​ should contain: 
 +    DEFAULT menu.c32 
 +    PROMPT 1 
 +     
 +    LABEL gpxe 
 +    MENU LABEL gPXE - chainload gPXE from a PXE capable NIC 
 +    KERNEL undionly.0 
 +On an Ubuntu system install ''​syslinux''​ package and make ''/​tftproot/​pxelinux.0''​ symlink to ''/​usr/​lib/​syslinux/​pxelinux.0''​. 
 +The file ''/​tftproot/​undionly.0''​ is a symlink to ''/​tftproot/​undionly.kpxe''​.
  
 ==== Using the Windows DHCP server ==== ==== Using the Windows DHCP server ====

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