IPXE and I210AT Chipset
Fog server “hang” during IPXE device configuration…
I have a problem only I210AT LAN chipset on Intel® Atom™ Dual Core processor E3826
Exist e Kernel for solve the problem ?
@ZINGARO1972 Please let us know more about your environment and we might be able to help.
What do you mean by “insert these drivers into the kernel”?? Linux kernel and iPXE are two different things. You are still at the doorstep of iPXE and kernel is not an issue (yet).
What version of FOG do you use? See in the blue cloud on the web interface. Did you install FOG with DHCP or do you use a different DHCP server? Please run
ls -al /tftpbooton your FOG server and post the output here.
can anyone help me to insert these drivers into the kernel now?
can anyone help me to insert these drivers into the kernel now ?
Which iPXE binary do you use? undionly.kpxe? First you can try using iPXE with native intel drivers. You can get the latest from here: http://sourceforge.net/p/freeghost/code/HEAD/tree/trunk/packages/tftp/
Try ipxe.pxe, ipxe.kpxe, intel.pxe, … Let me know if this is getting you anywhere. Otherwise I can compile a binary with debugging enabled for you.
the “hang” appears with "initializing devices "…
This is not (yet) a kernel issue.“iPXE” comes before even loading the linux kernel. Do you see
iPXE initializing devicesor
Configuring (net0 ...)??
The first is a driver issue - not an easy task but we might be able to solve this working together with the iPXE developers (have done this more than once). The later would mean a DHCP issue which probably isn’t too hard to solve yourself.
Edit: Seams like they have been working on this already: http://lists.ipxe.org/pipermail/ipxe-devel/2014-February/003139.html