20020606104358.A6029@mas1.ats.ucla.edu">Not exactly. My code is:/......./netboot/bootrom/netdrvr/pktdrvr/packet.S (not setup.S).
Do you mean add the one line:
setmd5: mov ah,#SET_RCV_MODE
stc <<<--- added
setmd5: mov ah,#SET_RCV_MODEsetmd6: .....
I'll try it, but I don't see how that will help as I'm not getting any
error message nor any packets being sent. This change to the code is
in the part which sets receive mode. I'd guess it's possible that if
setting receive mode fails then netboot just dies or loops. But I would
expect that netboot would either issue some error message about a failure
or still send packets and then be unable to receive them
Since I want to use a floppy to start a PXE boot I need 0.9.3 or else
I'd have to have support multiple ways to boot. New machines can boot
PXE right from their BIOS, this is to enable old machines to use the
same PXE server by being booted from a floppy.
A third case is to have a modified netboot which allows overriding the
TFTP server host manually to allow booting a machine from a server on
a different subnet without any boot "helpers". This part doesn't need
PXE support, but I'd rather have the latest netboot (or at least the
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