Changeset 9 for trunk/pxeconfig/INSTALL


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Timestamp:
02/21/02 16:30:43 (20 years ago)
Author:
sscpbas
Message:

Fixes some typos. Thanks to Huun Stoffers

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  • trunk/pxeconfig/INSTALL

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    1 Here follow some basic installations instructions.
     1Here follow some basic installation instructions.
    22
    33To activate the 'pxeconfigd' daemon the following actions are required:
     
    2828
    2929 4) As you can see '/tftpboot/pxelinux.cfg/' is the default directory. If
    30     you placed the config files some where else you can add the
     30    you placed the config files somewhere else you can add the
    3131    '-d/--directory' option, eg:
    3232       pxeconfigd stream  tcp nowait  root.sys /usr/sbin/tcpd \
    3333        /usr/sara/sbin/pxeconfigd -d /<some>/<other>/<place>
    3434
    35 If the daemon works and you want to install/reinstall a node a link
     35If the daemon works and you want to install/reinstall a node, a link
    3636must be placed in the '/tftpboot/pxelinux.cfg' directory. This can
    3737be done with the 'pxeconfig' utility. This utility will ask some
    38 question and make the links for you. The utility require the following
     38questions and will make the links for you. The utility requires the following
    3939setup:
    40   1) All the pxe configuration files must start with preamble 'default.'
     40  1) All the pxe configuration files must start with the keyword 'default.'
     41     N.B.: yes, the dot after 'default' is part and parcel of the keyword!
    4142     In this distribution two examples are included. Pxeconfig lets the
    42      user decide witch 'default.' config file to use.
     43     user decide which 'default.' config file to use.
    4344
    44   2) If default is a link to for example default.harddisk. Then
     45  2) If default is a symbolic link to for example default.harddisk, then
    4546     default.harddisk is not included in the list where the user can
    4647     choose from.
    4748
    48   3) You can give command line switch to specifiy where the
     49  3) You can give a command line switch to specify where the
    4950     pxe config files reside:
    5051        pxeconfig -d /<some>/<other>/<place>
    5152
    5253The last utility is 'hexls'. This utility will display the hex pxe config
    53 file with the corresponding ip-addres.
     54file with the corresponding ip-addresses.
    5455
    55 To activate this on a client you must add the this line to the 'master'
     56To activate this on a client you must add the following line to the 'master'
    5657script of the node. It will remove the pxe config file for the node
    5758on the bootserver. I personally place the line just before the network
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