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I'm trying to set up a PXE/NFS server which will automatically deploy Ubuntu 10.04 Server (32-Bit), now i've set up dhcp and tftp and the client loads the bootloader from the pxe server. Now i choose to install ubuntu (through nfs) and the first thing what happens is that it checks the cd-drive and the installation gets canceled because of the installer complaining that the cd is wrong.

Now what should i do? I have to say that when tried this with ubuntu desktop this worked pretty good.

edit: i've tried this with ubuntu 32 bit server 11.10 and this bug does not occure, the problem is that i really need to deploy 10.04 because of the long time support

edit 2: probably the wrong initrd or kernel image that was it ... consider this one closed

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closed as too localized by fossfreedom Mar 19 '12 at 21:21

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