Trouble with tftpd and dhcp and broadcom ethernet client

Donald Teed dteed at
Mon Apr 12 22:05:26 CEST 2004

The same machine was booted with different hard drives, and
the master would boot from F11 fine, while the copied
disks failed in two instances.  I know that the appearance
of the F11 option can be toggled by the CMOS and we have
a utility to switch it on if it had been disabled.

If udpcast is reading from the entire drive then, as I said,
I can't see where it might be missing any data.  I will try
the dd/gzip/ftp disk image method and see what happens.


--Donald Teed

On Mon, 12 Apr 2004, Alain Knaff wrote:

> I suspect that the setting might be stored in the BIOS's CMOS memory
> rather than on disk itself. Indeed, if it was on disk, the whole-disk
> udpcast copy (/dev/hda) would have transferred it just fine.
> Alain

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