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Ubuntu live PXE how to save settings?


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#1 ndog37

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Posted 27 October 2010 - 09:30 PM

I have a ubuntu 10.10 PXE boot menu which as described here is working

It gets me to a GUI and lets me install Ubuntu just as installing from the CD would.

I want to know if I can install some software and change some settings and then save these changes so every time I fire up the ubunutu 10.10 PXE I can go back to this settings.

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#2 breaker

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Posted 10 November 2010 - 09:16 AM

I have a ubuntu 10.10 PXE boot menu which as described here is working

It gets me to a GUI and lets me install Ubuntu just as installing from the CD would.

I want to know if I can install some software and change some settings and then save these changes so every time I fire up the ubunutu 10.10 PXE I can go back to this settings.

Regards


Nice, I've been planning to try a Ubuntu based PXE boot. For Live USB persistence a loop file called casper-rw is used, perhaps you can do the same with PXE. Put the word persistent after boot=casper on a menu entry. You can also use a partition called casper-rw instead of the loop file. Hey I bet you can nfs mount the casper-rw partiton.

reference: https://wiki.ubuntu....drivePersistent

Let me know how it goes!




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