>So I've continued to work with another ethernet card... still trying >to figure things out. > >I get (repeatedly): > >Loading /usr/tftpboot/kernel.s.1... > >on the netbooted machines console > >and tcpdump on the server is showing (repeatedly): > >16:55:32.683054 out1.2191 > 192.168.255.3.2509: udp 4 >16:55:32.683335 192.168.255.3.2509 > out1.2191: udp 4 >16:55:32.691489 192.168.255.3.2510 > out1.tftp: 46 RRQ "/usr/tftpboot/kernel. >s.1" [|tftp] >16:55:32.707699 out1.2193 > 192.168.255.3.2510: udp 4 >16:55:32.707992 192.168.255.3.2510 > out1.2193: udp 4 >16:55:32.708583 192.168.255.3.2511 > out1.tftp: 46 RRQ "/usr/tftpboot/kernel. >s.1" [|tftp] > >... which is giving me tftp log files of: > >Dec 30 16:55:32 raid1 tftpd: 192.168.255.3: read request for /usr/tftp >boot/kernel.s.1: success >Dec 30 16:55:32 raid1 tftpd: 192.168.255.3: read request for /usr/tftp >boot/kernel.s.1: success > >... which likely means that the netbooting computer is rejecting and >retrying the transfer. Any ideas? kernel.s.1 is a tagged image? You did remember to run mknbi-linux on it? Alternatively, if it's an ELF or a.out image, you did remember to enable ELF and a.out support in Etherboot? =========================================================================== This Mail was sent to netboot mailing list by: Ken Yap <firstname.lastname@example.org> To get help about this list, send a mail with 'help' as the only string in it's body to email@example.com. If you have problems with this list, send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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