[ipxe-devel] Are you still developing?

Christian Nilsson nikize at gmail.com
Mon Feb 27 19:16:37 UTC 2017


if you look on that page: http://ipxe.org/err/1c8380
And then click into the source file it will tell you that it tried to
load the image as a multiboot image, but it was not in raw format. So
i would say that the kernel is not bootable by iPXE, or is "broken"
maybe ipxes imgstat would give you some information as to how that
image is detected.

On Tue, Feb 21, 2017 at 12:16 AM, Beau Hefley <beauhefley at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, everyone!
> I am currently developing my own Operating System using osdev.org's
> excellent guide. I decided to stop using QEMU and get my old i386 machine
> out of the garage. I didn't want to keep unplugging my flash drive and
> copying my new kernel for testing so I set up a webserver and put IPXE on a
> flash drive with a script to download another script from my webserver which
> downloads my kernel and boots it. It booted once, but then when I uploaded a
> new kernel, I got error /1c838002. That redirects to /1c8380, but the error
> page gives me no information.
> My grub4dos entry:
> title IPXE - Load boot script
> clear
> echo Loading IPXE
> find --set-root /IPXE.KRN
> kernel /IPXE.KRN
> initrd /loadscript.ipxe
> My embedded script:
> #!ipxe
> :retry_dhcp
> dhcp || goto retry_dhcp
> echo Dhcp successful - Downloading boot script from http server
> chain
> And my kernel loading script:
> #!ipxe
> echo Grabbing Kernel
> kernel
> boot
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