Patches for BOOTP/DHCP code to support Windows Server DHCP
julian at freebsd.org
Sun Jun 1 13:30:18 UTC 2014
On 6/1/14, 8:01 PM, Rick Macklem wrote:
> John Howie wrote:
> Actually, I tend to think that using the code in sys/nfs/bootp_subr.c
> is preferable to using the NFS stuff in stand that pxeboot does.
> The only reason I know for pxeboot doing the NFS stuff and filling in
> the nfsv3_diskless structure is historical. (Or that's what most people
> use for x86, so it would be a POLA violation if it breaks, if you prefer.)
> (Basically, the code in sys/nfs/bootp_subr.c is easier to maintain than the
> stand alone NFS client pxeboot uses.)
> As such, I don't think this work is necessary, rick
it's probably worth having both options
John. great work BTW.
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