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Old 06-19-2009, 04:28 AM   #1
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Exclamation how to take syslinux.0 file


I try to install linux over netwok through the pxe boot. So then i install FressNas and create a TFTP server and NFS server with that. I have a DHCP server in server 2003. In server 2003, i gave the ip of my TFTP. Then mounted that storage in ubuntu. it is displying the hard drive. I read a doc about syslinux but it want help me. It is saying about pxelinux.0 file. i dont know how to add this.

The problem is how do i give .iso image to client
2. Which files want to be in that partitions to bot as pxe ?
3. where should i keep .iso file ?

plz help me to do that... i wanna big help from this...

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