On Sun, Dec 17, 2000 at 02:39:23AM +0100, Olaf Zaplinski wrote:
> - how to prepare your bootp server
Install bootp (or dhcpd, which can do bootp as well) and read its
> - how to boot the kernel via bootp
This is specific to your machine's firmware.
> - how to start some install script *or* boot your mini-dist/root-fs via NFS,
> fdisk, cp and enjoy
- Activate "IP Auto Configuration" in "Networking Options"
- Build NFS directly into your kernel; there, also activate NFS-Root
- "root=/dev/nfs" as one command option when booting the kernel (this
is the easyest method). Then, the client mounts /tftpboot/<IP-Addr>
from the server which did the bootp reply. Otoh, you could
configure your bootp server to provide a different boot server
or boot path.
fdisk and cp (btw, you should better use tar in a pipe for that...)
should be no problem...
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keyID=0x8399E1BB fingerprint=250D 3BCF 7127 0D8C A444 A961 1DBD 5E75 8399 E1BB
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