Sorry if this isn't the right forum for this question...
I've been trying all afternoon, and I figure at this point I must just be doing something stupid. I'm trying to compile grub with support for booting off of my existing DHCP/PXE server. (My goal is to have grub automatically netboot if the harddrive is hosed.... I have automatic installations on my cluster that like to fail occasionally). But no matter what options I pass configure, I can't even get the grub shell to recognize the "dhcp" (or other networking) commands. I've tried things like
./configure --enable-diskless --enable-eepro100
I'm not 100% sure that's the card I have, would that matter? I've tried source code from Redhat and from GNU, and I get the same problem. WTF am I doing wrong? Thanks for your help...
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