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Thread: Remote booting linux with rpld
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- Feb 2007
Remote booting linux with rpld
I am trying to net boot a linux kernel (version 2.6.7) in an Embedded-PC at work, using rpld, that works perfectly with Novell, but seems to have some problems with linux...
I compiled the kernel to only support IDE (as it is the only feature the embedded-PC needs), and with bzImage format. In the rpld, i wrote:
ethernet = 00:0b:ab:0b:2e:54;
To find the exact load and execute adresses, i did as explained here:
The problem is, it does not seem to boot properly. In fact, it doesnt boot at all. It only shows this lines on the screen before stoping:
RPL_ROM_ERR: BADA ; RPL HALTED
So, it seems there is a problem with some address... But what address? Or simply the problem is that i can't boot a linux kernel with rpld, that only works with Novell?
If anyone has some information related, or knows what I am doing wrong, I would be eternally thankful if he can post it here ^^
Thanks a lot in advance.