I am setting up a Serva server for Ubuntu, per these instructions, and I can't seem to get Ubuntu to load on my client machine. The config file (from that link, which says it has been tested on Ubuntu 14.04.1 desktop):
asset = Ubuntu LTS 14.04 Desktop Live platform = amd64 kernel = NWA_PXE/$HEAD_DIR$/casper/vmlinuz append = showmounts toram root=/dev/cifs initrd=NWA_PXE/$HEAD_DIR$/casper/initrd.lz,NWA_PXE/$HEAD_DIR$/casper/INITRD_N11.GZ boot=casper netboot=cifs nfsroot=//$IP_BSRV$/NWA_PXE_SHARE/$HEAD_DIR$ NFSOPTS=-ouser=serva,pass=avres,ro ip=dhcp ro
I changed the
NFSOPTS=-ouser=serva,pass=avres part to
NFSOPTS=-o user=theserver, password=p4ssw0rd because it had initially complained that
-ouser was a bad option.
p4ssw0rd are the username and password of the user account on the server machine (Windows 7). I have also shared the appropriate Serva folder, per the instructions.
Could someone take a look and see if it's a problem with my config file? Or could someone with more experience tell me what I'm doing wrong?