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How to rebuild Netboot, on linux?

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I'm trying to rebuild the netboot installer with the following which is not working well:

git clone git://git.debian.org/d-i/debian-installer.git

cd debian-installer/build

fakeroot make rebuild_netboot USE_UDEBS_FROM=trusty

I'm getting some dependency errors so I would like to ask which should be the right way to do this.

posted Aug 27, 2014 by Satish Mishra

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its not clear here from question whats the error you are getting, but I am giving one workaround for that. hope it will help for you:

Set Up DHCP-BOOT
On roo (the DHCP server):

In /etc/dnsmasq.conf, add the line:

  dhcp-boot=pxelinux.0,roo,172.31.0.252

This machine already serves an IP address to kanga via DHCP. (See "DHCP Note" below for help setting up this sort of arrangement.)

Restart dnsmasq.

  /etc/init.d/dnsmasq restart

Install the tftp-server

There are two different versions for the Trivial File Transfer Protocol server, the original tftpd and tftpd-hpa. For Etherboot installation (see below) tftpd will suffice, but it cannot do PXE installs due to the lack of the tsize option. Use tftpd-hpa instead. On Ubuntu or Debian (adapt for other distros or install from source):

  apt-get install tftpd-hpa tftp-hpa xinetd

(Note: xinetd is not part of the default install)strong text

answer Aug 28, 2014 by Amit Kumar Pandey
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