[ipxe-devel] WinPE 3.0, boot with iSCSI target
slawomir.latkowski at gmail.com
Wed Mar 14 23:01:14 GMT 2012
Yes you are right, according to this tutorial it will boot live cd and allow to mount the iSCSI target after.
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On 14 Mar 2012, at 11:14, Marek Salwerowicz <marek_sal at wp.pl> wrote:
> W dniu 2012-03-14 01:09, Slawomir Latkowski pisze:
>> Hi Marek,
>> I don't think it will boot from iSCSI target.
>> The tutorial you were following says about (...I have dedicated my
>> time to figuring out a way to mount iSCSI targets under our custom
>> WinPE v3.0 (Windows 7 Based) environment...) but not to boot from
>> iSCSI target.
> As far as I know, sanboot allows to boot the Live-CD image (like my WinPE ISO).
> What's more, when I do not set iSCSI Target ( sanhook....) and ONLY boot Live-CD, everything works.
> Marek Salwerowicz
>> Maybe I miss a point...
>> W dniu 13 marca 2012 23:51 użytkownik Marek Salwerowicz
>> <marek_sal at wp.pl> napisał:
>>> Hi list,
>>> I have a problem with trying to boot WinPE 3.0 (prepared according to:
>>> I've prepared it under Win7 Pro.
>>> I have downladed from git repository current tree, prepared the ISO image of
>>> iPXE (under Debian Squeeze)
>>> I have set up the iSCSI target under FreeNAS
>>> After booting my machine from iPXE ISO image i type following commands:
>>> set keep-san 1
>>> sanhook --drive 0x80 --no-describe
>>> sanboot --drive 0x81 --no-describe http://10.0.0.1/path.to.WinPE.iso
>>> WinPE stops during boot and displays following message:
>>> File: \Boot\BCD
>>> Status: 0xc000000e
>>> Info: An error occurred while attempting to read the boot configuration
>>> When I do not attach iSCSI target and only boot the WinPE iso file,
>>> everything is OK, but (of course) I can't install Windows under my iSCSI
>>> Does anyone have an idea what I am doing wrong?
>>> Marek Salwerowicz
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