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Old 7th May 2010, 04:07 PM
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PXE setup question (don't know if this is software or network question)

I am using the Fedora 10 (ltsp version) and I am trying to create a PXE network (for kicks) and I think I have everything configured correctly, but I am getting this on the client machine after the Fedora loading que goes away "Failed to read dhcp lease file mount: missing mount point" ? And honestly I have no idea I followed the instructions to the T even removed the server from outside network so I could completely disable the firewall. If anyone has some pointers for me it would be greatly appreciated.
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