Building Ubuntu via PXE

I already have a Raspberry Pi serving up Centos over the network, and I wanted to add Ubuntu. I’d previously had this working over NFS; I stumbled over a backup of my configuration for 14.04, 12.04, and 11.10 using NFS. However, my Centos setup uses http (plus TFTP for the PXE bit) as I’d found […]

tftp part 3 – replacing xinetd with systemd

Part 1 – running tftp server non root (xinetd) Part 2 – the tftp client requires firewalld changes as well Part 3 – replacing xinetd with systemd (this blog post) Oooh, nice one systemd. During my investigation in Part 1, I tried to eliminate xinetd as the reason for the misbehaviour. I started up the […]

tftp part 2 – the tftp client requires a firewalld as well

Part 1 – running tftp server non root (xinetd) Part 2 – the tftp client requires firewalld changes as well (this blog post) Part 3 – replacing xinetd with systemd   firewalld change on TFTP clients The rest of this blog post will elaborate on what happens if you don’t do this. The quick bit […]

tftp part 1 – running it as non-root

I was trying to get the components of my PXE build server working; ie: http and tftp. xinetd and tftpd installed on Centos 7 (on a pi.) tftp client installed on Centos 7. Both with firewalld and selinux enforcing. I stumbled over a few things in the process, and have reposted that information in three […]