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Using CCBoot Diskless Boot Plop Linux

2015/06/03 17:27

1) Download ploplinux-netboot.zip from

http://www.ccboot.com/download/ploplinux-netboot.zip

and extract it.

2) Copy the files of ploplinux-netboot.zip to C:\CCBoot\tftp\ploplinux-netboot.

3) Download Plop Linux from

http://download.plop.at/ploplinux/4.3.0/live/small/ploplinux-4.3.0-i486.zip (https://www.plop.at/en/ploplinux/live/full.html)

and extract it.

4) Copy the files of ploplinux-4.2.2.zip to C:\CCBoot\tftp\ploplinux-netboot.

5) Now the C:\CCBoot\tftp\ploplinux-netboot should have three folders (ploplinux, pxelinux.cfg and syslinux) and other files, such as memtest, menu.c32, tftpfilelist and etc.

6) Edit C:\CCBoot\tftp\ploplinux-netboot\pxelinux.cfg\tftp.conf, change 192.168.1.201 to your CCBoot server IP address.

7) Double click one client in the client list on the CCBoot server; modify the "PXE" to "ploplinux-netboot\pxelinux.0". The original is "gpxe.pxe".

8) Restart CCBoot service.

9) Now boot the client PC, you will see the Plop Linux boot is successful.


Plop Linux with CCBoot

Plop Linux with CCBoot

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