PXE network boot of grml rescue system

Posted by fkonietzny on Dec 10, 2010 2:03 AM EDT
frederikkonietzny.de; By Frederik Konietzny
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In this article I will describe how to setup a rescue system that – assumed PXE boot is supported – bootable via PXE / NFS over the network. Such a rescue system is useful if a node is not accessible after an reboot (for example after a distribution update). I approve grml as rescue system, but the setup should work with other linux rescue systems too (like SystemRescueCd, Knoppix). Anymore we will setup dhcpd, atftp, nfs and syslinux.

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