Changeset 10 for trunk


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Timestamp:
02/21/02 16:38:01 (20 years ago)
Author:
sscpbas
Message:

pxeconfig has some changes that i did not knew!! and some documentation
errors again.

Location:
trunk/pxeconfig
Files:
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  • trunk/pxeconfig/README

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    55our nodes with PXE-enabled network cards. This was developed because we
    66always want to use the PXE-enabled network card as our first boot device.
    7 With pxelinux, which is a derivative
    8 of syslinux, you can specify with a PXE configuration file how the node must
    9 boot.
    10 This configuration is placed in, e.g. '/tftpboot/pxelinux.cfg' directory.
     7With pxelinux, which is a derivative of syslinux, you can specify with a PXE
     8configuration file how the node must boot. This configuration is placed in,
     9e.g. '/tftpboot/pxelinux.cfg' directory.
    1110
    1211In our setup we have a default setup. The default setup is to boot from
  • trunk/pxeconfig/changelog

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    1 Always edit this file when changes are commited::
     1Always edit this file when changes are commited::a
    22
    33$Log: changelog,v $
     4Revision 1.9  2002/02/21 15:38:01  sscpbas
     5pxeconfig has some changes that i did not knew!! and some documentation
     6errors again.
     7
    48Revision 1.8  2002/02/21 15:30:43  sscpbas
    59Fixes some typos. Thanks to Huun Stoffers
  • trunk/pxeconfig/pxeconfig

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    77#
    88# CVS info
    9 #  $Date: 2002/02/21 15:30:43 $
    10 #  $Revision: 1.5 $
     9#  $Date: 2002/02/21 15:38:01 $
     10#  $Revision: 1.6 $
    1111#
    1212# Copyright (C) 2000, SARA.
     
    2525#
    2626"""
     27Usage: pxeconfig [-d|--directory <pxe_config_dir> ]
     28
    2729With this program you can configure which PXE configuration file
    2830to use when a node boots. The program will ask the following questions:
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