digidmyth at gmail
Apr 29, 2012, 5:23 PM
Post #6 of 10
I think that this is a problem more if Ubuntu 12.04 than it is with .25
For the short term I put a SSD in one of the front ends, and a small hard drive in the other. Menus sure are snappier on the hard drive.
On Apr 29, 2012, at 7:08 PM, Michael Watson wrote:
> On 29/04/2012 10:57 AM, digid myth wrote:
>> Has anyone been able to get .25 mythbuntu to PXE boot. I am building a new server to run .25 and the documentation is no longer valid.
> I now boot my PXE Clients using gPXE and sanboot (iscsi). Using the MBE as the iscsitarget.
> With 10.04 and later, once you have the iscsitarget and dhcp server configured on your server, boot your "slave" pc with a Ubuntu 10.04 (or later) *server* cdrom/dvd and install directly to the iscsi image, no messing around modifying boot scripts or anything. Once installed, install mythbuntu-desktop and your good to go.
> This way, each machine has its "own hard drive", and are managed just like any other PC with a hard drive.
> Michael W
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