Like what? There's SAN-booting with iSCSI or AoE. gPXE supports several protocols, including FTP. I don't really understand your question. You were successful in grabbing files via HTTP, which means you used your "http file server," doesn't it?
Is there any other solution grabbing the files via http then using http file server?
ISO mapping with MEMDISK is possible now
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Posted 06 May 2010 - 01:46 AM
Posted 06 May 2010 - 01:50 AM
The experimental memdisk.c32 Syslinux COMBOOT32 module worked for me on a couple of tests. You could download it and give it a try, but don't use it to override whatever your boot device is. For example, it's safe to memdisk.c32 a floppy disk image if you're booted from Syslinux on an HDD partition and vice versa. But if your Syslinux is booted from BIOS drive 0x80 (an HDD), don't do
Thanks for your reply and waiting...
boot: memdisk.c32 foo.hdd harddisk
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