Jian Chiang <j.jian.chiang@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > On Wed, 30 Mar 2011 22:10:03 +0200 > "Axel Dörfler" <axeld@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > Jian Chiang <j.jian.chiang@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > Can haiku boot from NFS? It will helps a lot especially when > > > doing kernel development. > > No, but it can boot from network nevertheless with the > > remote_disk_server that is also in the repository. > > http://www.haiku-os.org/guides/booting/over_local_network - > > hopefully > > still up to date :-) > > Note that you'll have to run your own DHCP server to make this work > > as > > it boots via PXE. > Thanks for this site link. Now I come across another problem, I can't > setup another DHCP server because there's already one. How to resolve > this > problem? I have the same setup here, and solved this by only giving out an address for this particular machine. Since the other router is slower to respond, there haven't been a problem with this yet :-) Another work-around would be to connect both machines directly. > PS: I really like the powerpc solution which can hardcode the IP > address > "boot enet:TFTP_SERVER_IP,boot_loader_openfirmware,MY_IP_ADDRESS" That's the beauty of OpenFirmware. It's pretty much dead these days, though. Bye, Axel.