[mythtv-users] Jarods guide and an Epia board, problem with the kernel?

Jarod Wilson jcw at wilsonet.com
Wed Sep 29 19:35:23 EDT 2004

On Wednesday 29 September 2004 15:15, Christoffer Kjølbæk wrote:
> lør, 2004-09-25 kl. 01:04 skrev Jarod Wilson:
> > On Thursday 23 September 2004 11:58, Christoffer Kjølbæk wrote:
> > > Or, get it to
> > > work in other ways.
> >
> > Compile the kernel modules from source. Follow the guide for everything
> > else.
> Thanks. I saw in your guide, that you have a diskless frontend build on
> a epia board. Do you no any guides, how to get FC2 run on a Epia, with
> the graphicscard?

I more or less followed Red Hat's own "Diskless Environments" chapter out of 
their RHEL3 docs online. However, its missing a few key elements, like the 
fact you need busybox-anaconda installed in the diskless image for the 
machine to boot properly. I started my own writeup a few months back, but 
haven't had the time to finish it. Basically, set up everything on a hard 
drive hooked to the thing, get it just how you want it, then rsync everything 
from / to a directory on your netboot server that will be shared out via NFS. 
You'll still have to tweak a few things after that, but that's the gist of 

Jarod C. Wilson, RHCE
jcw at wilsonet.com

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