Horatio B. Bogbindero
wyy at cersa.admu.edu.ph
Tue Mar 20 18:53:04 PST 2001
> > Anyone out there using PXE to boot their nodes for a Scyld Beowulf ? What
> > did you do for the configuration ?
> We've done PXE booting using Peter Anvin's SYSLINUX for PXE as the
> bootstrapper. If you run 'beoboot -2 -i -o /tmp/foofoo' or similar,
> the beoboot tool will spit out separate kernel and initrd images which you
> can then supply to SYSLINUX.
> Naturally, several other arragements are possible with PXE.
how about arrangements with a pxe daemon, tftp and dhcp....
i was able to get a prototype running a while based on intel's
documentation for redhat. however, i stopped for a while because
of a problem...
William Emmanuel S. Yu
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