[ipxe-devel] Issue with TFTP Windows
Michael.Brunetti at akunacapital.com
Wed May 7 15:39:01 UTC 2014
I have found an issue with windows TFTP loading an WDS image (wdsnbp.com). It appears that the older version of IPXE included a "strip initial" function to make windows TFTP work with IPXE. The newest version of source does not include this function. I have added the old tftp.c (not sure of the date of download) file to the new source(pulled today) and rebuild the undionly.pxe binary and everything started working again.
prompt --key 0x02 --timeout 5000 Press Ctrl-B for the iPXE command line... && shell ||
Please let us know if we are using the incorrect syntax or if this should be included in the .c file.
Output of a diff on the two files (tftp.c = Old source, tftp.c.bak = current source)
diff tftp.c tftp.c.bak
> const char *path = tftp->uri->path;
< const char *path;
< /* Strip initial '/' if present. If we were opened via the
< * URI interface, then there will be an initial '/', since a
< * full tftp:// URI provides no way to specify a non-absolute
< * path. However, many TFTP servers (particularly Windows
< * TFTP servers) complain about having an initial '/', and it
< * violates user expectations to have a '/' silently added to
< * the DHCP-specified filename.
< path = tftp->uri->path;
< if ( *path == '/' )
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