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  Thread: How to POST / GET params with '+' char inside ?
Post: RE: How to POST / GET params with '+' char inside ...

Did you try echoing ${myURL}? Perhaps I misunderstood the problem - if it's the params features causing the issue, perhaps you can use standard URL encoding, and request some%2Bthing instead of so...
myxal General 4 3,745 2020-02-17, 00:33
  Thread: How to POST / GET params with '+' char inside ?
Post: RE: How to POST / GET params with '+' char inside ...

Don't know the exact answer, but I think this approach should work. The hex value for ASCII "+" is 2B. As noted there, if it doesn't work, echo the URL in iPXE.
myxal General 4 3,745 2020-02-13, 10:21
  Thread: Is there a way to do like keyword 'e' in grub
Post: RE: Is there a way to do like keyword 'e' in grub

I don't think the exact functionality is possible to do in ipxe, as here the menu entries are simple jumps to a label in the script - you don't necessarily have them 1:1 associated with kernel image a...
myxal General 5 5,965 2020-02-12, 20:21
Bug Thread: forum.ipxe.org - Can't post via IPv6
Post: forum.ipxe.org - Can't post via IPv6

IPv6 addresses don't fit into 30 characters. You want at least 39 (32 hex + 7 separators). [img]https://i.imgur.com/AYe7cnO.png[/img]
myxal General 0 2,500 2020-02-08, 14:36
  Thread: Should IPv6 work with undionly?
Post: RE: Should IPv6 work with undionly?

Forum ate my post (ironically, it's broken for IPv6). TL;DR: Yes it should, likely an issue with firewall and/or bridge.
myxal General 2 3,997 2020-02-08, 14:17
  Thread: Should IPv6 work with undionly?
Post: RE: Should IPv6 work with undionly?

Whoops, never mind the UNDI vs NIC-specific distinction. The test with netboot.xyz's ipxe build happened in another network (I tried it in my network later yesterday and it failed much like the UNDI b...
myxal General 2 3,997 2020-02-04, 10:16
Question Thread: Should IPv6 work with undionly?
Post: Should IPv6 work with undionly?

Hello. Should IPv6 work with undionly iPXE images (BIOS, UEFI)? I thought I'd try out netboot.xyz in my dual-stack network by just putting its entry into existing menu, and unfortunately didn't get v...
myxal General 2 3,997 2020-02-03, 10:02
  Thread: Current state of SecureBoot support
Post: RE: Current state of SecureBoot support

(2018-11-28 23:15)NiKiZe Wrote:  You need to build ipxe, sign it with an EV certificate, and then have iPXE cross signed by Microsoft. My findings with Gigabyte Z87N are indeed strange - with S...
myxal General 2 14,081 2018-11-29, 09:15
  Thread: Current state of SecureBoot support
Post: Current state of SecureBoot support

Can someone enlighten me regarding the current state of secure-boot support in iPXE? I need to boot clonezilla from the network with SB enabled on the machine (to be more specific, I don't care for s...
myxal General 2 14,081 2018-11-19, 15:19
  Thread: Apple Keyboards, EFI and iPXE
Post: RE: Apple Keyboards, EFI and iPXE

(2018-03-23 00:09)NiKiZe Wrote:  Most likely their firmware is broken, see https://git.ipxe.org/ipxe.git/commit/8dd...06d8394af2 for relevant commit and workaround. Thanks, I didn't even realise...
myxal General 2 9,108 2018-04-06, 09:17
  Thread: Using "||" as a string literal?
Post: Using "||" as a string literal?

Is there a way to put a string containing "||" into a variable, and then using said variable in a kernel command? This doesn't work - I can see in /proc/cmdline that the ocs_postrun is cut off at the...
myxal General 1 5,468 2018-04-05, 13:23
  Thread: Network boot from UEFI Windows boot manager menu?
Post: RE: Network boot from UEFI Windows boot manager me...

(2018-03-16 22:25)NiKiZe Wrote:  Hi, sorry you have not gotten any response on this. Windows bootmgr does not support booting any efi applications (.efi binarys) other then the ones provided by ...
myxal General 3 16,120 2018-03-17, 09:34
  Thread: Network boot from UEFI Windows boot manager menu?
Post: RE: Network boot from UEFI Windows boot manager me...

Replying to myself as I've learned a few things over the last few months: When using EFI, the network boot is available as a "firmware application" in BCD edit (1 for each NIC). To use that applicatio...
myxal General 3 16,120 2018-03-16, 14:16
  Thread: Using scriptlet option?
Post: RE: Using scriptlet option?

(2018-03-15 08:44)NiKiZe Wrote:  Just as described in http://forum.ipxe.org/showthread.php?tid...98#pid4798 It sounds like it would be better for you to use some other dhcp option to send the va...
myxal General 4 11,469 2018-03-15, 09:41
  Thread: Using scriptlet option?
Post: RE: Using scriptlet option?

(2018-03-14 19:47)NiKiZe Wrote:  As I'm reading the code without having tested, this is the same as having an embedded script. So it should be something like "dhcp && chain http://xxxx/x...
myxal General 4 11,469 2018-03-14, 22:21
  Thread: Using scriptlet option?
Post: Using scriptlet option?

Hi all. I've encountered several mentions of the "ipxe.scriptlet" dhcp option (encap: 175:81) on the forums and around, but couldn't find documentation or a good example. Is it deprecated or something...
myxal General 4 11,469 2018-03-14, 18:45
Question Thread: Network boot from UEFI Windows boot manager menu?
Post: Network boot from UEFI Windows boot manager menu?

Hi all. I's setting up an environment where an unattended machine managed remotely is running Windows, and can (on demand from the remote management) reboot into Clonezilla (stored on a server) to mak...
myxal General 3 16,120 2018-01-05, 17:53