Hugo Monteiro schrieb:
> Alex Beer wrote:
>> yesterday I managed to boot from LAN using dhcp and tftp on an
>> embedded BusyBox Linux.
>> My Client got an IP from dhcp an then loaded pxelinux.0 from tftp.
>> Today I rebooted my Linux System and now my clint can find dhcp, but
>> cant connect to tftp.
>> I used the tftp-hpa package.
>> I think it has something to do with starting the tftp service
>> correctly...but since Im a Beginner zo Linux dont have a clue how to
>> manage this.
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> What distribution are you using in that linux box?
> Hugo Monteiro.
Thanks for your response.
I got it to work now, even after a restart. I just installed atftp
instead of tftp-hpa and it seems to work fine.
My NAS runs with a BusyBox "Distributation". That’s a collection of well
known UNIX commands and not a real Linux.
I´m really happy with unattended, almost everything runs like it should.
Only one thing is a bit annoying:
When the first "Blue Screen" is shown with the message "Win XP files are
copied..." it takes a very long time in which the system seems to hang
and doesn´t do anything.
Currently I´m testing with VMWare and read the mailing list. Obviously
it has s.th. to do with no smartdrv.exe has been loading.
I changed the config.sys and autoexec.bat in the linuxaux folder of
Dosemu and added himem.exe (Dosemu doesn´t like himem.sys) and smartdrv.exe.
It IS loaded on booting, but Installation is still slow. Maybe its a
VMWare issue? (I use 1.5 Server).
Btw...how can I include NVidia Graphic Drivers to Windows XP
Installation? I simply copied the driver files to I386\$oem$\$1\Drivers.
But I can´t really test it, because of using VMWare.