From: Stefan Fuhrmann <S<tefan@fu...> - 2004-11-30 14:29:29
Okay the second node is running!!!
I had to copy pxelinux.0 in it's place.
Thank you all
> -----Urspr=FCngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Aneesh Kumar K.V [mailto:aneesh.kumar@...]=20
> Gesendet: Dienstag, 30. November 2004 10:08
> An: Stefan Fuhrmann
> Cc: Aneesh Kumar; ssic-linux-users@...
> Betreff: Re: AW: [SSI-users] Tftp booting in vmware
> Stefan Fuhrmann wrote:
> > Okay I installed atftpd. But I get the same errors.
> > Tftp open timeout. And I can't ping the second node.
> > But it get an IP!!
> > It should be possible at this time to ping if the machine=20
> has an IP, or?
> > What is wrong?? Vmware?? Tftp??I find no way to fix it!!
> are you running atftpd server via inetd. ? If not you will=20
> have to add atftpd in /etc/rc.nodeinfo. Follow the same=20
> entries as the other. It should be running only on init node.=20
> Otherwise you can reconfigure the atftpd package using
> dpkg-reconfigure atftpd and then add it to be started via=20
> inetd. Also select /tftpboot as the tftp root directory.=20
> Then if you are using PXE copy the pxelinux.0 file to=20
> /tftpboot/ . It is distributed as a part of syslinux package.
> Regarding tftp server getting installed during a openssi install.=20
> openssi package depends on tftpd and recomments atftpd as the=20
> server. So if you have installed the openssi you would have=20
> observed the message suggesting atftpd. If not selected it=20
> will install the default tftpd package.