How to boot uefi on ltsp server via ipxe fog



  • Hello,

    Following the resolution of my legacy uefi boot problem.
    thank you @george1421 !!

    I find myself facing a problem of boot on my server “ltsp ubuntu”
    In my ipxe menu I have:

    set net0/next-server 10.20.11.203
    set net0/filename ltsp/amd64/pxelinux.0
    chain tftp://10.20.11.203/ltsp/amd64/pxelinux.0

    which allows me to boot on my server ltsp legacy but from a pc in uefi it does not work …

    An idea of ​​the problem ???

    Thank you
    Best regard


  • Moderator

    @franck25 said in How to boot uefi on ltsp server via ipxe fog:

    chain tftp://10.20.11.203/ltsp/amd64/pxelinux.0

    While I don’t know ltsp (I’m aware of the project), I can tell you that pxelinux.0 is a bios boot loader. Its akin to undionly.kpxe. For uefi lets assume that ltsp has a uefi boot loader (might end in .efi or something else since they are using syslinux it may end with a .0 too). With fog we use undionly.kpxe for bios and ipxe.efi for uefi systems using the ipxe boot strap program. For syslinux the same rules should apply.


  • Senior Developer

    @franck25 said in How to boot uefi on ltsp server via ipxe fog:

    I find myself facing a problem of boot on my server “ltsp ubuntu”

    Please take a picture of the screen where we see what goes wrong and post that here.


  • Moderator

    @franck25 said in How to boot uefi on ltsp server via ipxe fog:

    chain tftp://10.20.11.203/ltsp/amd64/pxelinux.0

    While I don’t know ltsp (I’m aware of the project), I can tell you that pxelinux.0 is a bios boot loader. Its akin to undionly.kpxe. For uefi lets assume that ltsp has a uefi boot loader (might end in .efi or something else since they are using syslinux it may end with a .0 too). With fog we use undionly.kpxe for bios and ipxe.efi for uefi systems using the ipxe boot strap program. For syslinux the same rules should apply.


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