[syslinux] localboot option in PXELINUX

Alexander Heinz mailsanmich at gmx.li
Thu Jan 13 08:59:32 PST 2005

> On PXELINUX, specifying "LOCALBOOT 0" instead of a "KERNEL"
> option means invoking this particular label will cause a local
> disk boot instead of booting a kernel.
> What does "local disk boot" mean? Running the MBR of the first
> disk? 

That depends on your bios settings.

your boot sequence is LAN, A:, C:
using localboot 0 means that the floppy is 1st, the HDD is 2nd.

Gruß nach Marburg!

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