Thanks for the link. I won’t deny I am new to most of the topics involved. It’s hard to find up-to-date tutorials outside of man pages, so having someone actually post a link they trust is a big help right now.
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PXE Menu Parameters for Diskless NFS?
Hi Team and People,
I am following parts of what are now several tutorials to serve a diskless Ubuntu over FOG. Looking back it would have been easier not to involve FOG. Oh well, glad to know it, want to keep it!
So I am on my last step, the diskless install is ready and exported to NFS, it has its fstab and everything set up to work properly. I just need to get it to chainload.
I’ve modified pxelinux.cfg/default and the changes never, ever show up on the menu I get when booting to undionly.kkpxe. So I’ve started using the Dashboard and the changes do show up right away.
Now that I have to enter my parameters in the Dashboard, I suspect I could be formatting it wrong. So I came here to ask:
Can anyone see an obvious problem with this?
kernel vmlinuz-5.0.0-21-lowlatency root=/nfs initrd initrd.img-5.0.0-21-lowlatency nfsroot=192.168.1.2/nfs/private/pxe/athens,rw ip=dhcp rw
Boot Options: none
RE: How does TPM on Win10 react to PXE'ing Ubuntu LiveCD?
Thank you @george1421 for giving me such a complete answer. My greatest concern was looking as if I had attempted something like a cold boot attack, but if something onboard such as IME is going to show logs then I really wouldn’t bother. It’s not worth finding out if they care to distinguish, so thanks for your advice.
In regards to potentially angering people like yourself, I’m grateful you were still fair to me! I didn’t take any steps that were contrary to IT’s mandate, we are after all a team. Maybe they will approve the request. :)
FOG was a means to satisfy a curiosity (NDI) but will prove to be much more useful and fun with my own half-broken Desktops. Have a good one!
How does TPM on Win10 react to PXE'ing Ubuntu LiveCD?
Hey folks! Your answers to one another have been amazingly helpful to me in setting up FOG (I am a Linux novice) so I want to thank you for that first. You even helped me get it working with UFW.
The one answer I didn’t find (anywhere) was - will PXE’ing a Ubuntu LiveCD and/or installation over FOG cause the target laptop’s TPM chip to react, as in prompt for unlocks - or to do anything at all differently?
I’m not trying to image anything (or do anything wrong,) I just want an outcome where I can use Network Display Interface at home and not change its actual configuration in any way. If not, FOG will still be an awesome experiment.
TL,DR: Will the IT guy find out I am using it to stream?