> >It then looks for a config file by trying a number of filenames including
> >the file "/pxelinux.cfg/default" which does exist (well, relative to the
> >root-path directory "/tftpboot").
>> Well, yes, the file may be relative to the root-path, but it doesn't
> look like the Soekris is looking for it there.... It seems to be using
> the absolute path, and not any relative path at all.
The problem turned out to be with the link pxelinux.cfg.
It was pointing to "/tftpboot/debian-installer/i386/pxelinux.cfg.serial-9600"
instead of "debian-installer/i386/pxelinux.cfg.serial-9600"
Of course, when the tftp client is chrooted to /tftpboot that link
doesn't make sense anymore.
Thanks for your help.
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