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Patch to detect if client computer is booting from UEFI and give a different boot file


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#1 panreyes

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Posted 16 April 2020 - 08:26 PM

I added an option in TFTPD32/64 to replace the variable $ARCH$ from the boot filename with "x32" or "x64" after detecting if the pxe booting machine is using BIOS/CSM or UEFI :)

 

I would love to explain further, or to do a git push, etc... but I'm not sure how to do it, so here's a DIFF file :)

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#2 harry2005

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Posted 4 weeks ago

please patch 64bit exe file also to detect uefi (tftpd64-detect-uefi)

thanks



#3 panreyes

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Posted 4 weeks ago

Hi!

An improved code based on this idea has already been implemented in TFTPD32's official code repository :)

 

https://github.com/PJO2/tftpd64



#4 harry2005

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Posted 4 weeks ago

Sir, Thanks for reply

 

i don't know how to download latest patched exe file from (https://github.com/PJO2/tftpd64). please give me patched tftpd64.exe link or tell me how to download from github.






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