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Re: TFTP Boot
Sonuds like a permissions error, what is the perms of the /tftpboot directory and files and directories within that ?
Are you sure that NFS is working ? Can you from a different NFS client, run the command "showmount -a <IP_Addr_of_NFS_Server> and post it back ?
Can you also restart the tftp server and then tail the /var/log/messages file and repsond with the output ?
---- Travis Davies <email@example.com> wrote:
I am trying to setup PXE boot using sles10. I am new to this concept, and I
am having trouble getting it to work.
I set up a DHCP server, whcih seems to be working. I also set up a tftp
server which seems to be the problem.
I also put /tftpboot in my exports file and started the nfs server just in
When I boot my client node, I recieve the following erros:
PXE-T02: Forbidden directory
PXE-E3C: TFTP Error - Access Violation
PXE-M-F: Exiting intel boot agent.
I've seen posts on the net about this very thing but havent seen anything
giving a proper explanation or solution to it.
Any help is very much appreciated.
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- TFTP Boot
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