[ipxe-devel] PXE for Broadcom?

Daniel Wyatt daniel.wyatt at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 21:43:31 UTC 2012

I think that, yes, the realtek code was consolidated into one driver.
(intel too, I believe)
Broadcom, however, I believe is still separate drivers. (bnx2, tg3, etc).
I don't know about all the ways to build iPXE so I'll let someone else
chime in on how to build it with all broadcom drivers.

On Fri, Aug 3, 2012 at 5:39 PM, Steve Goodrich <steve.goodrich at se-eng.com>wrote:

> > Michael Brown wrote:
> > realtek.pxe (which handles 8139 as well as 8169-based cards) is what you
> want.
> > (rtl8169.pxe will also work as a built target, and will give you the
> exact
> > same binary.)
> >
> Does this mean that there's a Realtek PXE ROM that supports all known
> Realtek chips?  If so, is there a similar build for all Broadcom chips?
> Thanks,
>         -- Steve G.
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