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Old 08-15-2003, 05:13 PM   #1
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network install pxe error

Hi, Im a

Im trying to install linux7.3 on to a cluster. The main server is now ready. eth0 is private node only and eth1 is public
net access.

when i boot the node i get,
MAC ADDR xx xx xx .....etc
calc DHCP....
client ip server ip
pxe - e53: no boot filename received.

I think the node and server arent routed correctly. So how can i
ping into the node? ifconfig and route show garbled msgs which
i cannot decode since im a newbie.

plz help

Im installing from (


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