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2013-07-10, 10:24
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If you have a look at you'll see that there are some suggestions on how to proceed. I would suggest you add imgstat; prompt right before the boot line to see if you have the right files loaded in memory when you're supposed to start. I see you're using my menu structure, which might mean you have some script files in memory that you need to free first. imgstat should reveal that. Also ensure you have execution support for the binaries you want to start. I'm unsure if you need an intermediate loader or not when you use UEFI to load Linux kernels. I'm not sure, but maybe the kernel also must support UEFI interfaces. I'm not sure if the clonezilla kernel has that.
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UEFI and iPXE - ndogmail - 2013-07-10, 07:47
RE: UEFI and iPXE - robinsmidsrod - 2013-07-10 10:24
RE: UEFI and iPXE - karthikeayan - 2014-06-25, 10:33

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