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  Thread: Wireless MAC
Post: RE: Wireless MAC

(2016-03-17 13:44)robinsmidsrod Wrote:  You could create a minimalistic Linux distro and add tools statically compiled on it and use the example from http://forum.ipxe.org/showthread.php?tid...1...
Fimlore General 9 20,823 2016-03-19, 13:20
  Thread: Wireless MAC
Post: RE: Wireless MAC

(2016-03-16 19:43)mcb30 Wrote:  As and when someone either (a) does the work to develop one, or (b) pays for said work to be done. Michael I see, the reason I asked if it might have been somet...
Fimlore General 9 20,823 2016-03-16, 19:55
  Thread: Wireless MAC
Post: RE: Wireless MAC

(2016-03-16 19:29)mcb30 Wrote:   (2016-03-16 19:24)Fimlore Wrote:  Ifstat indeed only shows the net0 interface. I have build the efi file with make, are there any options i might have disab...
Fimlore General 9 20,823 2016-03-16, 19:39
  Thread: Disable options in menu based on CPU
Post: RE: Disable options in menu based on CPU

Thanks for your quick and clear replies. This was exactly what I was looking for and I was certain not to find out myself :) The solution provided by Michael, the platform option is actually what I ...
Fimlore General 4 10,131 2016-03-16, 19:33
  Thread: Wireless MAC
Post: RE: Wireless MAC

(2016-03-16 19:10)mcb30 Wrote:   (2016-03-16 18:32)Fimlore Wrote:  What do I need to do to retrieve the wireless MAC address if present in the device? I'm using Undionly.kpxe and ipxe.efi t...
Fimlore General 9 20,823 2016-03-16, 19:24
  Thread: Wireless MAC
Post: Wireless MAC

Ola, What do I need to do to retrieve the wireless MAC address if present in the device? I'm using Undionly.kpxe and ipxe.efi to boot to ipxe, but only the LAN-cards are recognized.
Fimlore General 9 20,823 2016-03-16, 18:32
  Thread: Disable options in menu based on CPU
Post: Disable options in menu based on CPU

Hello, I'm trying to write a dynamic boot menu using php. However, since i'll have to support different CPU types and architectures, i'd like to remove certain menu options (or do not display) based ...
Fimlore General 4 10,131 2016-03-16, 18:30
  Thread: ipxe uefi x64 WimBoot [answered]
Post: RE: ipxe uefi x64 WimBoot

(2016-03-15 16:08)mcb30 Wrote:   (2016-03-15 15:22)Fimlore Wrote:   (2016-03-14 18:59)mcb30 Wrote:   (2016-03-14 16:22)Fimlore Wrote:  The WIM is definitely a x64 version, so that...
Fimlore General 9 26,932 2016-03-15, 16:23
  Thread: ipxe uefi x64 WimBoot [answered]
Post: RE: ipxe uefi x64 WimBoot

(2016-03-14 18:59)mcb30 Wrote:   (2016-03-14 16:22)Fimlore Wrote:  The WIM is definitely a x64 version, so that can't be the issue; leaves me only with the BCD and sdi files, are those plat...
Fimlore General 9 26,932 2016-03-15, 15:22
  Thread: ipxe uefi x64 WimBoot [answered]
Post: RE: ipxe uefi x64 WimBoot

I'm using an ipxe.efi created with make bin-x86_x64-efi (or at least that version, I'm still horrible at remembering Linux commands since i'm a Windows developer starting to transit to Linux..), so th...
Fimlore General 9 26,932 2016-03-14, 16:22
Wink Thread: ipxe uefi x64 WimBoot [answered]
Post: ipxe uefi x64 WimBoot [answered]

Hi iPxe, I'm trying to boot to an x64 Windows 10 WIM image from ipxe. The script i'm using is as follows: Code: :wimboot set base-url http://10.168.51.5/bootimg/win kernel ${base-url}/wimboot ...
Fimlore General 9 26,932 2016-03-11, 16:00
  Thread: Convert USB Boot to iPXE
Post: RE: Convert USB Boot to iPXE

(2016-03-08 15:17)mcb30 Wrote:   (2016-03-08 13:53)Fimlore Wrote:  The ISO contains a version of ISOlinux; (ISOLINUX.BIN, VMLINUZ) and a DATA folder, containing multiple TAR.XZ files; I thi...
Fimlore General 4 12,691 2016-03-11, 15:52
  Thread: Convert USB Boot to iPXE
Post: RE: Convert USB Boot to iPXE

(2016-03-07 23:46)mcb30 Wrote:   (2016-03-01 18:03)Fimlore Wrote:  However, I've already figured out that booting to ISO is impossible on UEFI. So then I have the following question: The c...
Fimlore General 4 12,691 2016-03-08, 13:53
  Thread: Convert USB Boot to iPXE
Post: Convert USB Boot to iPXE

Hello iPXE, Since we're using 7 methods to boot to different scenario's, i am asked to investigate iPXE as an option. I see that iPXE is able to boot machines from the network using either Legacy or...
Fimlore General 4 12,691 2016-03-01, 18:03