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  Thread: Is there an iPXE equivilant to gpxelinux.0?
Post: RE: Is there an iPXE equivilant to gpxelinux.0?

Ah, I suppose that using gpxelinux.0 & ipxelinux.0 will allow admins to use their existing syslinux menus, which includes booting from http:// , per the examples here: https://pubs.vmware.com/vsp...
stefanlasiewski General 4 12,151 2013-07-09, 04:36
  Thread: Is there an iPXE equivilant to gpxelinux.0?
Post: RE: Is there an iPXE equivilant to gpxelinux.0?

Thanks, not sure how I missed that. From your description, it sounds like feature set provided by ipxelinux.0 is equivalent to the feature set provided by iPXE which was built with an embedded pxelin...
stefanlasiewski General 4 12,151 2013-07-05, 20:25
  Thread: Additions to the FAQ
Post: RE: Additions to the FAQ

Here is are two related questions for the FAQ: What is the advantage of iPXE over pxelinux? What can I do with iPXE that I cannot already do with pxelinux?
stefanlasiewski General 2 481,757 2013-07-04, 04:12
  Thread: Is there an iPXE equivilant to gpxelinux.0?
Post: Is there an iPXE equivilant to gpxelinux.0?

The traditional netboot process for Linux uses the pxelinux.0 file provided by syslinux.org . gPXE is also available using the gpxelinux.0 file, which is included with the syslinux RPM on EL systems. ...
stefanlasiewski General 4 12,151 2013-07-04, 04:09
  Thread: Load menu.ipxe onto iPXE usb image?
Post: RE: Load menu.ipxe onto iPXE usb image?

(2013-04-11 21:34)MultimediaMan Wrote:  So, you can build an embedded menu, but the any names/ addresses referenced in the embedded menu would have to be present on the network it was booted up ...
stefanlasiewski General 4 14,177 2013-04-12, 01:12
  Thread: Load menu.ipxe onto iPXE usb image?
Post: Load menu.ipxe onto iPXE usb image?

I built ipxe.usb and I copied the image to the USB drive at /dev/sdb . When the servers boot from USB, I can see iPXE. Code: stefanl@sl6:~/src/ipxe/src $ make stefanl@sl6:~/src/ipxe/src $ su...
stefanlasiewski General 4 14,177 2013-04-10, 23:40
  Thread: How to chainload ipxe using dnsmasq?
Post: RE: How to serve serve bootstrap.ipxe via dnsmasq....

I figured out how to do this, and thought I would share. It's actually pretty simple once you understand how the Dnsmasq configuration. The solution was actually hiding in Simon Kelley's http://www.t...
stefanlasiewski General 5 46,988 2013-02-05, 21:51
  Thread: [solved] Load an ISO over HTTP using iPXE?
Post: RE: Load an ISO over HTTP using iPXE?

Great! Exactly what I need. I can now load the iso over HTTP. Now I just need to figure my way through memdisk/syslinux issues. I read that some people use grub4dos instead of memdisk. > Just chi...
stefanlasiewski General 7 60,623 2012-10-12, 21:09
  Thread: How to chainload ipxe using dnsmasq?
Post: How to chainload ipxe using dnsmasq?

I am trying to use dnsmasq on my quest for a small, simple bootserver. I want dnsmasq to tell the clients to load bootstrap.ipxe [1]. With ISC BIND, we use this syntax: Code: if exists user-class ...
stefanlasiewski General 5 46,988 2012-10-12, 20:43
  Thread: [solved] Load an ISO over HTTP using iPXE?
Post: RE: Load an ISO over HTTP using iPXE?

(2012-08-01 14:53)robinsmidsrod Wrote:  My example script provides examples of a lot of different things you can do with iPXE: https://gist.github.com/2234639 Your script is full of great examp...
stefanlasiewski General 7 60,623 2012-10-11, 20:52
  Thread: [solved] My first menu. "menu: command not found"
Post: [solved] My first menu. "menu: command not found"

I am attempting to write my first iPXE menu using https://gist.github.com/2234639 as an example. However, when I write a basic menu, I get the error "menu: command not found". Since this is my firs...
stefanlasiewski General 1 10,679 2012-10-11, 18:40
  Thread: [solved] Can dhcpd.conf 'filename' point to a http server?
Post: RE: Can dhcpd.conf 'filename' point to a http serv...

Great! Thank you for the clarification.
stefanlasiewski General 2 10,926 2012-10-11, 17:56
  Thread: [solved] Can dhcpd.conf 'filename' point to a http server?
Post: [solved] Can dhcpd.conf 'filename' point to a http...

I am attempting to configure my ISC DHCP Server to load undionly.kpxe over TFTP, using the method described at http://ipxe.org/howto/dhcpd Code: if exists user-class and option user-class = "iPXE" {...
stefanlasiewski General 2 10,926 2012-10-11, 00:40
  Thread: [solved] Load an ISO over HTTP using iPXE?
Post: RE: Load an ISO over HTTP using iPXE?

Here is another example, using gPXE, grub4dos and loading an ISO over HTTP. I assume it should work with iPXE as well. http://serverfault.com/a/421938/36178
stefanlasiewski General 7 60,623 2012-09-24, 23:02
  Thread: Building bootable USB thumbdrive on a Mac
Post: RE: Building bootable USB thumbdrive on a Mac

(2012-09-07 08:39)jpwise Wrote:  I can't help with the compile issues, but to the best of my knowledge you won't be able to usb boot it with the standard compile. I've been posting in this threa...
stefanlasiewski General 3 10,644 2012-09-07, 18:43
  Thread: Building bootable USB thumbdrive on a Mac
Post: Building bootable USB thumbdrive on a Mac

I am running Snow Leopard. I want to build a iPXE bootable USB thumbdrive image and I am following the instructions from http://ipxe.org/download#using_a_boot_cd-rom_or_usb_key But when I try that, ...
stefanlasiewski General 3 10,644 2012-09-07, 00:10
  Thread: [solved] Load an ISO over HTTP using iPXE?
Post: [solved] Load an ISO over HTTP using iPXE?

I have a host which contains ISOs of CentOS, FreeBSD and other OSes. Is iPXE capable of loading an ISO over HTTP so that I can install the OS from the ISO? Would loading the ISO image into a memdisk...
stefanlasiewski General 7 60,623 2012-07-27, 01:56