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network-boot-nfs [2018/08/19 19:42]
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network-boot-nfs [2018/08/19 19:46]
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 Download the image for your device. Download the image for your device.
  
-  * Create a readonly nfs export and place the "​KERNEL"​ and "​SYSTEM"​ files in to it. (Sancho: This step was unnecessary for me, the simple copy to the tftpboot directory was enough, no readonly NFS export is required)+  * Create a readonly nfs export and place the "​KERNEL"​ and "​SYSTEM"​ files in to it. 
   * Create a read-write nfs export for storage.   * Create a read-write nfs export for storage.
   * Create a file in pxelinux.cfg with the mac-address of your device (eg. 90-91-92-93-94-95).   * Create a file in pxelinux.cfg with the mac-address of your device (eg. 90-91-92-93-94-95).
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   sudo aptitude install isc-dhcp-server tftpd-hpa nfs-kernel-server   sudo aptitude install isc-dhcp-server tftpd-hpa nfs-kernel-server
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-Note that, in Ubuntu 18.04, ISC DHCP server is a transitional package for dhcp3-server.+
  
 =====Configure DHCP===== =====Configure DHCP=====