Where is the PXE bootfile physically located?
Hello, I am working on a little project to make imaging a little more straightforward for our apple computers. Long story short, where are the files that clients boot off of physically located in the server? I found a few locations (specifically I need the snponly.efi file):
That seems to be the most promising, but I dont know for sure, any help would be appreciated.
@smoblikat If you get something worked out that might help others, please do tell.
Secondly for the apple computers that use the T2 chip I have a one off kernel that will boot on them so you can access the hard drives behind the T2 chip. Let me know and I will send you a link.
@sebastian-roth Thank you! Thats exactly what I needed. Now if I could just get it to actually grab an address from DHCP…
EDIT - Which was solved by using snp.efi rather than snponly…
@Smoblikat There are several files used when a client PXE boots like Linux kernel, PHP files and more. The ones you seem to look for are the iPXE binaries which are in
The ones you found in
/home/<user>/fogproject/packages/tftp/are probably from the extracted installer. Those were copied over to
/tftpboot/when initially installing FOG.