alk at ondore
Apr 3, 2012, 3:50 PM
Post #8 of 9
El 03/04/12 17:34, Fajar A. Nugraha escribió:
> On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 4:52 AM, Alexandre Kouznetsov<alk [at] ondore> wrote:
>> I don't use network-bridge script, my Debian's /etc/network/interfaces looks
>> like this (note that Dom0 has no IP on that interface in my setup):
>> iface xenbr22 inet manual
>> bridge_ports eth1.22
>> bridge_stp off
>> bridge_fd 5
> Any particular reason to use "5"? Why not "0", or "1"?
Just the personal policy to stay as much close to the defaults as
possible. I assume that FD is not set to something so small for some
reason, which I wish not to have to find under pressure of something not
working. I found 5 was small enough. (:
>> Probably, I will end up writing some wrapper to be used with
>> "bootloader" option. I would talks to TFTP, get specified pxelinux config
>> file, parse it, download the kernel and inirtd, than start up the VM.
>> Although, it has not been written yet.
> Isn't that what pypxeboot does? http://grid.ie/pypxeboot/
The words "modified version", "patch", and "build" scares me.
But basically, yes, pypxeboot should work. Did not think about building
a .deb of it instead of custom script.
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