I'm trying to boot a SuSE 9.2 Live-DVD via PXE. Here is what I accomplished so far:
- Configure my DHCP Server
- Configure my TFTP Server
- Boot a copy of PXElinux via PXE
- Boot the "vmlinuz" (kernel) from the Live-DVD
- mount the "initrd.gz" as initial ramdisk
My problem now is, that when I boot the PC via PXE it loads the kernel and then displays the following errormessages:
init: Cannot find the CD I was booted from - doh !
Kernel panic - not syncing: Attempted to kill init!
As far as I can tell, PXElinux doesn't load the whole DVD from the TFTP-server but only the kernel. Therefore I tried to also make the DVD available via FTP, but I don't know how to tell the kernel to look for the rest of the DVD on the FTP-Server. (ftp://boot:*******@192.168.137.2
Does anybody know, how I can accomplish this?