23.04.2015 23:47, Markus Weber пишет:
i wonder if it is possible to boot opensuse-arm JeOS, e.g. this image
from an nfs share and what adjustments have to be made to the bootloader
or vice versa.
Background: i have a pi v1 and want to use my DLink NAS as nfs server to
boot from. I found a few tutorials on the net, but none is suitable for
opensuse. Can anybody give me a guide to the pi part to accomplish this?
so far i have:
- A nfs share with no_root_squash and insecure (if necessary) flags,
- A small (2gb) sd card,
- A pi (obviously)
- no glue how i can add boot parameters.
Any help appreciated and thanks in advance.
I am not sure about RPi, but in general you would need a bootloader with
network and tftp support to fetch kernel and initrd. tftp url can be
configured either hardcoded in bootloader or supplied in dhcp-reply. The
rest is to set root= in kernel cmdline and configure nfs properly.
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