[ipxe-devel] iPXE on arm64 has broken endpoints across many distros
travis.lazar at gmail.com
Wed May 1 21:51:12 UTC 2019
You are totally right. I clicked through to the ipxe.org mail list from the
netboot.xyz site - which is the wrong group of people.
I'll see if I can track down the forum post you reference, find the right
maintainer list from netboot.xyz, and provide some of those extra details.
Sorry for the noise.
On Wed, May 1, 2019 at 2:38 PM Christian Nilsson <nikize at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 1 May 2019 at 21:35, Travis Lazar <travis.lazar at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> > I'm bringing up a set of iPXE scripts on an Ampere Computing eMAG
> (aarch64) system. I chain load the boot.netboot.xyz menu, which loads
> fine, OS distros are present as expected, but none will execute an install.
> > The root cause is the URL configurations. The linux install URLs are
> almost always wrong for aarch64 builds of these distributions. It's easy to
> see in Ubuntu's case where the standard base URL as set in boot.cfg (line
> 66) is set to archive.ubuntu.com, however, all of the aarch64 builds
> exist and are hosted on ports.ubuntu.com. When loading and executing a
> boot through the menu a file-not-found error is given. I can replicate this
> across CentOS, Fedora, and Ubuntu (all major versions of each). I haven't
> checked other distros, but I assume the problem is consistent.
> > What's the best way to move forward? I'm happy to help in whatever way I
> can, but I'm a complete PXE/iPXE noob and would need some guidance on
> making the correct code changes in the correct ways for a pull request.
> Otherwise, I'm happy to assist another developer in hunting down the
> correct URL configurations for each of these distros. Please advise.
> > Thanks!
> > --
> > Travis Lazar
> > Ampere Computing
> Since you are mentioning boot.netboot.xyz I'm guessing you are using
> scripts from there with these paths?
> iPXE itself does not have any repos for these kind of things.
> You should be reporting this to the project that hosts or creates
> those scripts, remember to if possible provide information about where
> the correct images can be found,
> And maybe you could even suggest how the script can be modified to do
> correct detection.
> I think there is a thread on the forum about how to do the detection.
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