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Old 01-14-2005, 12:25 PM   #1
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Mandrake Move Network Boot

Does anyone know how to run Mandrake Move over the network on diskless workstations?

I alsready have a PXEBOOT server set up to distribute the full installs of Mandrake 10.1 and 9.2 which work fine - i use the following :

label mandrake101
        KERNEL  /mandrake101/vmlinuz
        APPEND  initrd=/mandrake101/all.rdz ramdisk=64000 vga=788 root=/dev/ram3 automatic=method:http,interface:eth0,server:,directory:/install/mandrake101,network:dhcp,,dns:,gateway:
When i use the same for move (the only difference is mandrake101 is replaced by move) the install goes wrong at the point where it starts downloading the files as the bz2 files don't exist - i only have a load of clp files.

How do i extract these so that the boot can continue normally?


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