> git clone git://git.ipxe.org/ipxe.git > cd ipxe/src
> make


[BUILD] bin/rtl8180.ids.o
[BUILD] bin/ath5k.ids.o
[BUILD] bin/ath9k.ids.o
[AR] bin/blib.a
ar: creating bin/blib.a
[HOSTCC] util/zbin
util/zbin.c:7:18: fatal error: lzma.h: No such file or directory
compilation terminated.
Makefile.housekeeping:1373: recipe for target 'util/zbin' failed
make: * [util/zbin] Error 1

When you are building your own cloud / cluster computer is it good to boot from Network your nodes?

I'm having trouble wifi booting. I go into configuration, select my unsecured wifi network (for pxe tests it's short range) and try dhcp net1 (my wifi adapter) and it fails. I am using the Ipxe iso. Booting from ethernet on Ipxe works fine but it works better with grub4dos

Can u make nodes that can be power by ether net power

With some questions and encouragement from Robin and Kenneth Fortner. I recently achieved USB Ethernet Adapter booting with iPXE.  Development on the code is not easy, but its rewarding in that it made me think about C coding, Structs, USB bus hardware drivers and lots more.

Has anyone used an iPXE menu on Intel Cedarview based hardware (N2800, D2500)?  I am having an issue with the screen going blank when either the choose command or config command is entered.  I also don't get anything from the serial or syslog consoles when that happens.  This issue doesn't occur on any other hardware.

Can you prompt during a script to get user input? I am using ipxe along with wimboot to boot Windows Defender Offline tool and would like to do something similar as the WinPE boot script does. By that I would like to have the 32 and 64 bit versions of WDO in the same folder and have one boot script that prompts for the version to run as it is dependent on the OS version loaded on the computer. It looks like the read command might be what I would need to use but am not sure on how to use it. Any help/ideas? Thanks

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I've hosted a small Google+ Hangout On Air with some guys from the network booting community talking about how they use iPXE and other network booting tools in their automation systems.

Hope you'll find it interesting.

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Just posted a full post-mortem on my blog of the iPXE hackathon I just arranged.

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I've just posted an event (Hangout OnAir) about how we can grow the network booting community. Please attend if you can. https://plus.google.com/events/ci8f278qpm6e0v2a0asrnec1k28
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