User Syslinux 6.03 to chain boot FOG and MDT/WDS
I currently have syslinux booting to my MDT/WDS server. How can I get it to boot to my FOG server?
This is my terrible boot menu for now
MENU COLOR TITLE 0 #ffffffff #00000000 none
MENU BACKGROUND test.png
MENU TITLE Custom boot
#—boot to MDT WINPE IMAGES
MENU LABEL MDT Boot Images
#—boot to hard disk
MENU LABEL Boot from Harddisk
#-boot to FOG
MENU LABEL FOG Server
@haylander So I guess you got it working by chainloading from iPXE to WDS, right? Would you mind sharing your custom FOG iPXE menu config for other users here?
I made it work with hint of this topic, using custom FOG menu.
@sebastian-roth, hello … I want to use it because I currently have a WDS in production and I want to keep it in parallel …
Is it possible to reach the WDS PXE menu through the FOG custom menu?
I’m using, this today…
@haylander As I see from your other post you’re using current FOG 1.4.4. We don’t support using syslinux/pxelinux anymore! It’s causing trouble and we got mostly rid of it.
Why do you want to use syslinux??
I am also in the same situation.
I want to go to FOG server through my current syslinux…
this would likely be easier to do within the fog ipxe boot menu customization than to do it with your current syslinux menu