[syslinux] pxelinux and startrom.com
cbaksa at lehman.com
Tue Apr 25 06:26:48 PDT 2006
I saw a thread about Startrom.com and startrom.o that had your name
I was wondering if you had a moment to comment on an issue that I have.
I have a Linux server that is our corporate PXE server. It is set up in
a logical folder structure so that a host can be pointed to boot a
variety of different OS's (DOS, Linux loaders, Windows PE). Here is in
I currently boot a 32 bit version of Windows PE. BUT... I need to
support booting both a 32 and a 64 bit version.
I can't seem to get the system to boot more than one. Have you had any
experience doing this?
To make matters worse... Microsoft has a new Startrom.com that I need to
use because it have a fix for AMD hosts and IBM Blades.
I noticed you said something about renaming it startrom.0. Will that
Lastly.. You mentioned a mailing in your post. Looks like a newsletter
that may have covered some PXE details. Might you forward me a copy.
It may just answer my questions or shed some light on my issue.
Thanks for your time.
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Jersey City, NJ 07302
* cbaksa at lehman.com
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