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Mar 31, 2011

If I do try to start a PXE Installation, the PXE Bootsystem loads the kernel, and
I guess it trys to start to load the initrd, but then it froze, i need to reset the computer. On the TFTP Server (aftp) I see that it trys to resend the initrd files and runs into a time out.

Ive the problem on 2 maschines, both with the same Motherboard (ASUS M4N78).

And the PXEinstallation of OpenSuSE 11.3 works fine, without any problems.

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