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Install on a non-virtual box

Postby padonker » Fri Jul 13, 2007 12:13 pm

Hi,
Is it possible to install this on a non-virtual machine? I'd like to have this physical, not virtual.
I downloaded UDA Version 1.4 in the assumption that this was a normal scripted install

Thanks
Patrick
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Postby padonker » Mon Jul 16, 2007 12:20 pm

This shouldnt be such a difficult question....
Could anybody please reply?
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Physical UDA

Postby the_dude » Tue Jul 17, 2007 6:18 am

1. Run the script /var/public/bin/package-1.4.sh
this will create a file /tmp/uda-1.4.tar wich you'll need to setup the uda on a physical system after installing the OS.

2. Download the FedoraCore 5 DVD and use the kickstart file f5min.cfg inside the tar file you made in the previous step as the kickstart file.

3. Copy the f5min.cfg to a floppy and rename it to ks.cfg You may need to change some stuff in the kickstart file, like for instance when you are installing to IDE disks...

4. The boot from the DVD and type 'ks' after the boot command prompt (leave out the quotes) You should get a minimal fedora core 5 install then.

5. When the installation has finised (and after the final reboot) copy the tar archivefrom step 1 to the /tmp directory of the physical system, and then
cd /tmp
tar -xvf uda1.4.tar
cd uda-1.4
./upgrade-1.4.sh

You should then have a physical UDA...

Good luck!
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Postby padonker » Tue Jul 17, 2007 7:00 am

thanks!
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Postby fletcherthunder » Tue Jul 31, 2007 4:33 pm

just moved uda to a real box, had a couple of issues i though i would share.

the f5min.cfg that i renamed to ks.cfg had it to install from the original uda, there was a line under the line "install" that read:
url --url=http://10.0.0.104/fedora/fc5/
it kept failing trying to install it from that location instead of the cd. so, i deleted that line and changed it do "cdrom", to install fc5 from the dvd.
then, after i ran the upgrade.sh script httpd wasn't started, so my advice would be just to reboot after running the script.
also, when i went to configure dhcp, it wouldn't start the service because of some errors- first it said the /etc/sudoers file was 0777, and it should be 0440. so i chmoded that, and that error disappeared, then there were two more errors, a postfix and something else, but they both pointed to the same file, saying something like:
uda mail is not a fully qualified name - set myhostname or mydomain in /etc/postfix/main.cf
so as soon as i found the line "myhostname" in /etc/postfix/main.cf and changed it to uda.xxxxx.xxx the error went away and i was able to configure and start dhcp.

great project guys, thanks for all your hard work!
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Re: Install on a non-virtual box (or VirtualBox ;)

Postby danboid » Wed Jun 17, 2009 4:32 pm

Hi!

I'm new here and I was wanting to start a new thread on this topic under the UDA 2b forum but I'm unable to create new threads as atm I can only reply to stuff on the forum- this thread was the nearest to what I wanted to ask and so I thought this would be the best place to post seeing as the title a thread topic do answer some of the questions I had about UDA.

I've now spent 3 full days fruitlessly experimenting with different methods of getting XP to install via PXE. So far I've tried unattended, sysangel/WINNER and UDA- the amount and quality of the docs goes in that order too (from best to none) but even unattended's docs leave a lot to be desired. UDA 2 looks so simple that it shouldn't really need any docs but the fact that there isn't a live CD iso available was a massive letdown for me as then I knew I'd have to compete with 2 layers of networking probs- configuring the network properly under UDA AND whatever VM environment I use for it :( PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE provide an .iso for the final release of 2.0- it would certainly make me very happy!

ATM I believe that my best chance of getting a pxe windows install server up and running would be probably to follow the instructions given in this thread. I know that under 2.0b5 there is a /var/public/bin/package-2.0.sh that you can run to create a tar file of UDA in /tmp but has anyone tried applying this to a non-virtual Fedora (CentOS, or Debian?!?) install? I see that fletcherthunder had to tweak a number of things before he got 1.4 working on a real box so I'd imagine it'll be a similar affair with 2.0 right? If anyones has already done this I'd love to hear you experiences.

So far I have been trying to get UDA 2.0b5 to work under virtualbox 2.2.4 under Debian Lenny. The vmdk boots just fine and lets me step through the first run wizard but at the end when it says it is ready I cannot ping the address of UDA either from my host machine nor any other machine on our network. VB vm's default to NAT for their network interfaces but I was aware of this and I have set the network card of my UDA vm to use Bridged networking yet I cannot ping the vm from the host nor vice versa. I assigned UDA a IP that was in the same subnet as the host. Our LAN uses static IPs and we don't have a DHCP server already setup so I was enabling DHCP in the UDA wizard.

Does UDA not work with Virtualbox, or is this just the beta that has probs? If anyone has got UDA (1.4 or 2.0) to work under Virtualbox with a Linux (pref. Debian) host then please let me know what you did to get networking working properly. I just tried downloading vmware server but I was getting a server error after completing the reg. form which then lost all the data and if I have to use UDA under a VM I'd rather use VBox as its more free than vmware and its what I'm used to.

Finally, if there are any good guides to setting up UDA or PXE network installs of Windows, please point them out to me- I'd be very grateful!

Thanks for your help!

Dan
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Re: Install on a non-virtual box

Postby danboid » Thu Jun 18, 2009 4:05 pm

Progress!

I'm getting nearer now as I actually have the XP installer booting via PXE.

In answer to my question, UDA 2.0b5 does appear to work under VirtualBox. I dunno if it is a bug in the latest Linux VB, my distro, a config error or a combination of all three but I had no probs pinging and logging into the UDA webadmin tool running VB 2.2.4 under XP but the installer doesn't get very far before it says:

File KDCOM.DLL could not be loaded

Error code 21

I get the same result using both an nlited SP3 / DP install CD and an official MS XP SP1 install CD iso. I've not tried UDA 1.4 yet so maybe that will work?

Here's my binl log:
------------------------------
Checking PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139
Found PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139 in netrtsnt.inf
[S] Packet len = 0xbe (190)
[S] Result code: 0x0
[S] type: 0x2
[S] base offset = 0x24 (36)
[S] drv_off = 0x50 (80)
[S] srv_off: 0x7e (126) -> 118 from start
[S] plen: 0x38 (56)
[S] p_off: 0x8e (142) -> 134 from start
[S] hid: PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139 - Len 0x15 (21)
[S] drv: DRIVER.ALT/RTL8139.SYS - Len 0x16 (22)
[S] srv: rtl8139 - Len 0x7 (7)
[S] Description (REG_EXPAND_SZ [2]) = NoDesc
[S] Characteristics (REG_SZ [1]) = 132
[S] BusType (REG_SZ [1]) = 5
[S] Total Params: 3
2009-06-18 12:29:21 Shutdown done
2009-06-18 12:29:22 Succesfully loaded 2 flavors
2009-06-18 12:29:22 Binlserver started... pid 4774
Recv BINL NCQ len = 48
NCQ Driver request
[R] Mac address 00:02:3f:0a:77:27
[R] Vid: 0x10ec
[R] Pid: 0x8139
[R] rev_u1 = 0x2
[R] rev_u2 = 0x0
[R] rev_u3 = 0x0
[R] rev = 0x10
[R] rev2 = 0x218
[R] subsys = 0x361025
[R] Source path: \\192.168.1.229\REMINST\windows5\XPSP1
Checking PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139&SUBSYS_00361025
Checking PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139
Found PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139 in netrtsnt.inf
[S] Packet len = 0xbe (190)
[S] Result code: 0x0
[S] type: 0x2
[S] base offset = 0x24 (36)
[S] drv_off = 0x50 (80)
[S] srv_off: 0x7e (126) -> 118 from start
[S] plen: 0x38 (56)
[S] p_off: 0x8e (142) -> 134 from start
[S] hid: PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139 - Len 0x15 (21)
[S] drv: DRIVER.ALT/RTL8139.SYS - Len 0x16 (22)
[S] srv: rtl8139 - Len 0x7 (7)
[S] Description (REG_EXPAND_SZ [2]) = NoDesc
[S] Characteristics (REG_SZ [1]) = 132
[S] BusType (REG_SZ [1]) = 5
[S] Total Params: 3
----------------------------------------------------------

Here's my tftp log:
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Jun 18 12:34:15 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4887]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:34:15 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4887]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 18 12:39:30 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4888]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:39:30 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4888]: remap: done
Jun 18 12:39:30 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4888]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:39:30 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4888]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 18 12:39:45 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4889]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:39:45 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4889]: remap: done
Jun 18 12:39:45 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4889]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:39:45 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4889]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 18 12:40:00 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4890]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:40:00 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4890]: remap: done
Jun 18 12:40:00 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4890]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:40:00 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4890]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 18 12:45:15 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4891]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:45:15 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4891]: remap: done
Jun 18 12:45:15 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4891]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:45:15 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4891]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 18 12:45:30 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4892]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:45:30 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4892]: remap: done
Jun 18 12:45:30 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4892]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:45:30 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4892]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 18 12:45:45 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4894]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:45:45 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4894]: remap: done
Jun 18 12:45:45 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4894]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:45:45 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4894]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 18 12:51:00 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4895]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:51:00 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4895]: remap: done
Jun 18 12:51:00 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4895]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:51:00 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4895]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 18 12:51:15 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4896]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:51:15 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4896]: remap: done
Jun 18 12:51:15 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4896]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:51:15 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4896]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 18 12:51:30 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4897]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:51:30 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4897]: remap: done
Jun 18 12:51:30 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4897]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:51:30 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4897]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 18 12:56:45 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4898]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:56:45 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4898]: remap: done
Jun 18 12:56:45 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4898]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:56:45 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4898]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 18 12:57:00 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4899]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:57:00 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4899]: remap: done
Jun 18 12:57:00 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4899]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:57:00 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4899]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 18 12:57:15 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4900]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:57:15 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4900]: remap: done
Jun 18 12:57:15 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4900]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 18 12:57:15 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4900]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
-------------------------------

Once I have this working I'm going to write a 'beginners guide to setting up UDA (using VirtualBox)' so that nobody else has to waste a full week of their life working this all out. I'm confident the full thing will only amount to a couple of pages too unlike some of the other, sprawling, incomplete guides to doing PXE windows installs I've had the misfortune to waste my time trying to follow.

Thanks for any responses!
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Re: Install on a non-virtual box

Postby the_dude » Fri Jun 19, 2009 7:59 am

The KDCOM thing is probably because you did not change thedown box to Windows XP during OS import. You probably left it on WIndows 2000.
Just re-import the OS under another flavor name and in step 2 of the OS import (when you specify the ISO file) there's a dropdown box that you have to change to WIndows XP...
Please let me know if that worked.
I gues i'll change the default to Windows XP for that drop-down box.
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Re: Install on a non-virtual box

Postby the_dude » Fri Jun 19, 2009 8:05 am

By the way:
RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav

This looks like someone is trying to get a file over tftp that is called HoldMusic.wav
Google tells me that this is an avaya phone feature:
http://www.carrollcommunications.com/manager2/musiconhold.html

Are you sure your phones are working properly? I guess you are running the UDA on a network that has other stuff on it. Be carefull because the DHCP server in the UDA may mess things up in a network that already has another DHCP server!
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Re: Install on a non-virtual box

Postby danboid » Fri Jun 19, 2009 4:53 pm

Hey The Dude!

I'm glad you're still active replying and helping on these forums- I was getting worried it was a dead project.

I certainly did pick XP from the drop down but I gave up on the 2.0b version and today I've spent all day trying to get 1.4 to work. The windows setup program gets further into the install process than it managed under the beta but now I get the error:

File WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys caused an unexpected error (21) at line 3788 in d:\xpsp\base\boot\setup\setup.c

I found someone who was having a similar problem to this and they recommended I try this guide:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/246184

Which I did by using poweriso to add the NIC drivers into the appropriate folder ($OEM\$1\Drivers\Nic) on my install cd then altering the .sif file for the template as recommended in that guide but that didn't work.

Here are my latest log files:

---------------------------------------------------------------

Jun 19 15:32:08 UDA in.tftpd[1815]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \WINXP\i386\cdfs.sy_ remapped to /WINXP/i386/cdfs.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:08 UDA in.tftpd[1816]: remap: input: \WINXP\i386\ndis.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:08 UDA in.tftpd[1816]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP\i386\ndis.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:08 UDA in.tftpd[1816]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386\ndis.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:08 UDA in.tftpd[1816]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/ndis.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1816]: remap: done
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1816]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \WINXP\i386\ndis.sy_ remapped to /WINXP/i386/ndis.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1817]: remap: input: \WINXP\i386\ipsec.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1817]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP\i386\ipsec.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1817]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386\ipsec.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1817]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/ipsec.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1817]: remap: done
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1817]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \WINXP\i386\ipsec.sy_ remapped to /WINXP/i386/ipsec.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1818]: remap: input: \WINXP\i386\tcpip.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1818]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP\i386\tcpip.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1818]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386\tcpip.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1818]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/tcpip.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1818]: remap: done
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1818]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \WINXP\i386\tcpip.sy_ remapped to /WINXP/i386/tcpip.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1819]: remap: input: \WINXP\i386\TDI.SY_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1819]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP\i386\TDI.SY_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1819]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386\TDI.SY_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1819]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/TDI.SY_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1819]: remap: rule 20: rewrite: /WINXP_EXTRA/NONEXISTENT
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1819]: remap: done
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1819]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \WINXP\i386\TDI.SY_ remapped to /WINXP_EXTRA/NONEXISTENT
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1819]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.1.253
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1820]: remap: input: \WINXP\i386\TDI.SYS
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1820]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP\i386\TDI.SYS
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1820]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386\TDI.SYS
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1820]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/TDI.SYS
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1820]: remap: rule 21: rewrite: /WINXP_EXTRA/TDI.SYS
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1820]: remap: done
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1820]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \WINXP\i386\TDI.SYS remapped to /WINXP_EXTRA/TDI.SYS
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1821]: remap: input: \WINXP\i386\ipnat.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1821]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP\i386\ipnat.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1821]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386\ipnat.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1821]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/ipnat.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1821]: remap: done
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1821]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \WINXP\i386\ipnat.sy_ remapped to /WINXP/i386/ipnat.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1822]: remap: input: \WINXP\i386\netbt.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1822]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP\i386\netbt.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1822]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386\netbt.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1822]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/netbt.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1822]: remap: done
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1822]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \WINXP\i386\netbt.sy_ remapped to /WINXP/i386/netbt.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1823]: remap: input: \WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1823]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1823]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386\WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1823]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1823]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/WINXP_SYS/RTL8139.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1823]: remap: rule 3: rewrite: /WINXP_SYS/RTL8139.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1823]: remap: done
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1823]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sy_ remapped to /WINXP_SYS/RTL8139.sy_
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1823]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.1.253
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1824]: remap: input: \WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1824]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1824]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386\WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1824]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1824]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/WINXP_SYS/RTL8139.sys
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1824]: remap: rule 3: rewrite: /WINXP_SYS/RTL8139.sys
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1824]: remap: done
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1824]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys remapped to /WINXP_SYS/RTL8139.sys
Jun 19 15:32:09 UDA in.tftpd[1824]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.1.253
Jun 19 15:34:57 UDA in.tftpd[1828]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 19 15:34:57 UDA in.tftpd[1828]: remap: done
Jun 19 15:34:57 UDA in.tftpd[1828]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 19 15:34:57 UDA in.tftpd[1828]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 19 15:35:12 UDA in.tftpd[1829]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 19 15:35:12 UDA in.tftpd[1829]: remap: done
Jun 19 15:35:12 UDA in.tftpd[1829]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 19 15:35:12 UDA in.tftpd[1829]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 19 15:35:27 UDA in.tftpd[1830]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 19 15:35:27 UDA in.tftpd[1830]: remap: done
Jun 19 15:35:27 UDA in.tftpd[1830]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 19 15:35:27 UDA in.tftpd[1830]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 19 15:40:42 UDA in.tftpd[1831]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 19 15:40:42 UDA in.tftpd[1831]: remap: done
Jun 19 15:40:42 UDA in.tftpd[1831]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 19 15:40:42 UDA in.tftpd[1831]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 19 15:40:57 UDA in.tftpd[1832]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 19 15:40:57 UDA in.tftpd[1832]: remap: done
Jun 19 15:40:57 UDA in.tftpd[1832]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 19 15:40:57 UDA in.tftpd[1832]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 19 15:41:12 UDA in.tftpd[1833]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 19 15:41:12 UDA in.tftpd[1833]: remap: done
Jun 19 15:41:12 UDA in.tftpd[1833]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 19 15:41:12 UDA in.tftpd[1833]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 19 15:46:27 UDA in.tftpd[1835]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 19 15:46:27 UDA in.tftpd[1835]: remap: done
Jun 19 15:46:27 UDA in.tftpd[1835]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 19 15:46:27 UDA in.tftpd[1835]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 19 15:46:42 UDA in.tftpd[1836]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 19 15:46:42 UDA in.tftpd[1836]: remap: done
Jun 19 15:46:42 UDA in.tftpd[1836]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 19 15:46:42 UDA in.tftpd[1836]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170
Jun 19 15:46:57 UDA in.tftpd[1844]: remap: input: HoldMusic.wav
Jun 19 15:46:57 UDA in.tftpd[1844]: remap: done
Jun 19 15:46:57 UDA in.tftpd[1844]: RRQ from 192.168.5.170 filename HoldMusic.wav
Jun 19 15:46:57 UDA in.tftpd[1844]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.5.170

--------------------------------------------------

[R] Mac address 00:02:3f:0a:77:27
[R] Vid: 0x10ec
[R] Pid: 0x8139
[R] rev_u1 = 0x2
[R] rev_u2 = 0x0
[R] rev_u3 = 0x0
[R] rev = 0x10
[R] rev2 = 0x218
[R] subsys = 0x361025
[R] Source path: \\192.168.1.229\REMINST\WINXP
2009-06-19 14:22:03 Selecting Operating System WINXP
2009-06-19 14:22:03 Checking PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139&SUBSYS_00361025
2009-06-19 14:22:03 Checking PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139
2009-06-19 14:22:03 Found PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139 in netrtsnt.inf
2009-06-19 14:22:03 Driver is now WINXP WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys
[S] Packet len = 0xbc (188)
[S] Result code: 0x0
[S] type: 0x2
[S] base offset = 0x24 (36)
[S] drv_off = 0x50 (80)
[S] srv_off: 0x7c (124) -> 116 from start
[S] plen: 0x38 (56)
[S] p_off: 0x8c (140) -> 132 from start
[S] hid: PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139 - Len 0x15 (21)
[S] drv: WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys - Len 0x15 (21)
[S] srv: rtl8139 - Len 0x7 (7)
[S] Description (REG_EXPAND_SZ [2]) = NoDesc
[S] Characteristics (REG_SZ [1]) = 132
[S] BusType (REG_SZ [1]) = 5
[S] Total Params: 3
2009-06-19 14:54:16 Succesfully loaded 955 devices
2009-06-19 14:54:16 Binlserver started... pid 1379
2009-06-19 15:56:15 Succesfully loaded 955 devices
2009-06-19 15:56:15 Binlserver started... pid 1368
Recv NCQ len = 48
NCQ Driver request
[R] Mac address 00:02:3f:0a:77:27
[R] Vid: 0x10ec
[R] Pid: 0x8139
[R] rev_u1 = 0x2
[R] rev_u2 = 0x0
[R] rev_u3 = 0x0
[R] rev = 0x10
[R] rev2 = 0x218
[R] subsys = 0x361025
[R] Source path: \\192.168.1.229\REMINST\WINXP
2009-06-19 15:57:30 Selecting Operating System WINXP
2009-06-19 15:57:30 Checking PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139&SUBSYS_00361025
2009-06-19 15:57:30 Checking PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139
2009-06-19 15:57:30 Found PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139 in netrtsnt.inf
2009-06-19 15:57:30 Driver is now WINXP WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys
[S] Packet len = 0xbc (188)
[S] Result code: 0x0
[S] type: 0x2
[S] base offset = 0x24 (36)
[S] drv_off = 0x50 (80)
[S] srv_off: 0x7c (124) -> 116 from start
[S] plen: 0x38 (56)
[S] p_off: 0x8c (140) -> 132 from start
[S] hid: PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139 - Len 0x15 (21)
[S] drv: WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys - Len 0x15 (21)
[S] srv: rtl8139 - Len 0x7 (7)
[S] Description (REG_EXPAND_SZ [2]) = NoDesc
[S] Characteristics (REG_SZ [1]) = 132
[S] BusType (REG_SZ [1]) = 5
[S] Total Params: 3
2009-06-19 17:30:50 Succesfully loaded 955 devices
2009-06-19 17:30:50 Binlserver started... pid 1376
Recv NCQ len = 48
NCQ Driver request
[R] Mac address 00:02:3f:0a:77:27
[R] Vid: 0x10ec
[R] Pid: 0x8139
[R] rev_u1 = 0x2
[R] rev_u2 = 0x0
[R] rev_u3 = 0x0
[R] rev = 0x10
[R] rev2 = 0x218
[R] subsys = 0x361025
[R] Source path: \\192.168.1.229\REMINST\WINXP
2009-06-19 17:31:52 Selecting Operating System WINXP
2009-06-19 17:31:52 Checking PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139&SUBSYS_00361025
2009-06-19 17:31:52 Checking PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139
2009-06-19 17:31:52 Found PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139 in netrtsnt.inf
2009-06-19 17:31:52 Driver is now WINXP WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys
[S] Packet len = 0xbc (188)
[S] Result code: 0x0
[S] type: 0x2
[S] base offset = 0x24 (36)
[S] drv_off = 0x50 (80)
[S] srv_off: 0x7c (124) -> 116 from start
[S] plen: 0x38 (56)
[S] p_off: 0x8c (140) -> 132 from start
[S] hid: PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139 - Len 0x15 (21)
[S] drv: WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys - Len 0x15 (21)
[S] srv: rtl8139 - Len 0x7 (7)
[S] Description (REG_EXPAND_SZ [2]) = NoDesc
[S] Characteristics (REG_SZ [1]) = 132
[S] BusType (REG_SZ [1]) = 5
[S] Total Params: 3

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Once I understand UDA enough to get it going, I'll gladly write a beginners guide for you if you'd be willing to have it uploaded and linked in a prominent place on ultimatedeployment.org? As I say, I've spent at least 40hrs in the last week just to get this far but I know I could clearly summarise the steps required to get this far in a couple of pages of no-nonsense instructions. Would that be any use to you?
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Re: Install on a non-virtual box

Postby danboid » Sun Jun 21, 2009 4:15 pm

Good news!

I have now had the uda2 beta successfully install both Jaunty i386 alt AND Windows server 2000 SP4 via pxe onto my test laptop, so I'm convinced that an XP net install must be within reach and that I have not lost a week of my life in uda futility hell ;)

I forgot to properly reply to your last suggestion The_Dude - yes I am picking 'Windows XP' from the second OS type menu (for XP) but it makes me wonder why you have the 3 sub-categories within windows5 - why not just list them as 3 separate OS's on the first OS menu IF you can't just have ONE option of just 'Windows' and then have UDA auto-detect which windows version you have? 3 isn't massive clutter and doing it this way could cut down on the number of people who do go selecting the wrong sub-type.

I've also tried to use UDA to install server 2003 but I get a slight variation on the same error I get trying to install XP:

File DRIVER.ALT/RTL8139.SYS caused an unexpected error (21) at line 4211 in d:\srvrtm\base\boot\setup\setup.c

Also, I may have neglected to mention that the XP I've been trying to install with UDA is the MS XP Pro w/ SP1 rolled in. Does UDA only work with 'vanilla' (pre-SP1) XP?
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Re: Install on a non-virtual box

Postby danboid » Mon Jun 22, 2009 10:20 am

OK

I got an 'original' (pre SP1) XP PRO iso yet I'm getting the same ol' RTL error (with maybe a different line at error in setup.c) with both UDA 1.4 and 2.0b5.

UDA 1.4 doesn't claim to support w2k pro, only server, so I wasn't surprised that didn't work but I was hoping I might be able to get win2k pro to work with UDA 2.0b5 but it fails when importing the OS with the error:

Could not get or extract usbport.sys

So win2k server under UDA 2 is still the only version of Windows I've had success deploying with UDA but sadly 2k server can't be upgraded to XP, which is the OS I really want to deploy w/ UDA, hopefully with SP3 and driverpacks rolled in too.

How come I still can't create new threads on this forum, only reply to existing ones? Also, it would seem that somebody created a (much needed) UDA wiki at one time, only for it to get took down. Did it not get relocated anywhere?
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Re: Install on a non-virtual box

Postby the_dude » Mon Jun 22, 2009 12:01 pm

danboid, I have problems with spammers posting NSFW stuff on the forum, So I disabled posting new threads for new users. Haven't got time yet to find out a proper way to keep spammers out and keep the good guys on the forum. I've added you to the group that can post new topics now.

About Windows 2000: Only server is supported in both 1.4 and 2.0 beta versions (I know some people have win2k pro working via RIS as well, but with some tweaking (unknown to me what they did) and running on windows native RIS server.


About the realtek driver, I see a lot of window ris-related problems on the net:
http://www.google.com/search?q=RTL8139.sys+windows+ris

I see some people adding this to the TFTP remap file (in 1.4 version):
Code: Select all
r RTL8139.SY_ rtl8139.sy_
RTL8139.SYS rtl8139.sys

Does that work for you?

In 2.0 beta it should work out of the box since all filenames are now remapped to their lowercase, but you may have found yourself a bug there. If you still have the 2.0 beta running can you please post the tftp logs? And can you check whether the file is actually there on the filesystem where the logfile says it should be (you may need to pre-pend /var/public/tftproot to the filename path in the logfile).
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Re: Install on a non-virtual box

Postby danboid » Mon Jun 22, 2009 4:16 pm

Hi the_dude!

For 1.4, adding

r RTL8139.SY_ rtl8139.sy_
RTL8139.SYS rtl8139.sys

to the end of /etc/tftpd.map causes tftpd to baulk ie not start. However it can cope with just

r RTL8139.SY_ rtl8139.sy_

but that didn't fix my problem- same error occurs. Here are the relevant bits of the logfiles for 1.4:

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2009-06-22 16:50:15 Selecting Operating System WINXP
2009-06-22 16:50:15 Checking PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139&SUBSYS_00361025
2009-06-22 16:50:15 Checking PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139
2009-06-22 16:50:15 Found PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139 in netrtsnt.inf
2009-06-22 16:50:15 Driver is now WINXP WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys
[S] Packet len = 0xbc (188)
[S] Result code: 0x0
[S] type: 0x2
[S] base offset = 0x24 (36)
[S] drv_off = 0x50 (80)
[S] srv_off: 0x7c (124) -> 116 from start
[S] plen: 0x38 (56)
[S] p_off: 0x8c (140) -> 132 from start
[S] hid: PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8139 - Len 0x15 (21)
[S] drv: WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys - Len 0x15 (21)
[S] srv: rtl8139 - Len 0x7 (7)
[S] Description (REG_EXPAND_SZ [2]) = NoDesc
[S] Characteristics (REG_SZ [1]) = 132
[S] BusType (REG_SZ [1]) = 5
[S] Total Params: 3

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Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2383]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \WINXP\i386\ipnat.sy_ remapped to /WINXP/i386/ipnat.sy_
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2384]: remap: input: \WINXP\i386\netbt.sy_
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2384]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP\i386\netbt.sy_
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2384]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386\netbt.sy_
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2384]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/netbt.sy_
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2384]: remap: done
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2384]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \WINXP\i386\netbt.sy_ remapped to /WINXP/i386/netbt.sy_
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2385]: remap: input: \WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sy_
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2385]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sy_
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2385]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386\WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sy_
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2385]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sy_
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2385]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/WINXP_SYS/RTL8139.sy_
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2385]: remap: rule 3: rewrite: /WINXP_SYS/RTL8139.sy_
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2385]: remap: done
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2385]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sy_ remapped to /WINXP_SYS/RTL8139.sy_
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2385]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.1.253
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2386]: remap: input: \WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2386]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2386]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386\WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2386]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2386]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/WINXP_SYS/RTL8139.sys
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2386]: remap: rule 3: rewrite: /WINXP_SYS/RTL8139.sys
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2386]: remap: done
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2386]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys remapped to /WINXP_SYS/RTL8139.sys
Jun 22 14:50:33 UDA in.tftpd[2386]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.1.253

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I do have /var/public/tftproot/WINXP but then the subfolder below that is actually called I386, not i386, but thats normal right? However, there is indeed no RTL8139.* to be found and on top of that there is no folder under I386 called WINXP_SYS either. The NIC chipset in this laptop is RTL8139 compat but I downloaded the latest drivers for this NIC and the filenames are rtlnic.sys / rtlnicxp.sys + netrtoem.inf. So do I need to remaster/edit my XP iso and add these files in somewhere or should I be adding RTL8139.SYS and netrtsnt.inf? Please tell me which files I should use and exactly where to put them, if thats what I need to do.

As for 2.0, heres my tftp logfile after trying to deploy vanilla XP Pro:

------------------------------------------------

Jun 22 13:24:05 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4870]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \windows5\xp\i386\migrate.inf remapped to /windows5/xp/i386/migrate.inf
Jun 22 13:24:05 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4870]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.1.253
Jun 22 13:24:05 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4871]: remap: input: \windows5\xp\i386\unsupdrv.in_
Jun 22 13:24:05 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4871]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5\xp\i386\unsupdrv.in_
Jun 22 13:24:05 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4871]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5/xp\i386\unsupdrv.in_
Jun 22 13:24:05 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4871]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5/xp/i386\unsupdrv.in_
Jun 22 13:24:05 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4871]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5/xp/i386/unsupdrv.in_
Jun 22 13:24:05 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4871]: remap: done
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4871]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \windows5\xp\i386\unsupdrv.in_ remapped to /windows5/xp/i386/unsupdrv.in_
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4871]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.1.253
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4872]: remap: input: \windows5\xp\i386\unsupdrv.inf
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4872]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5\xp\i386\unsupdrv.inf
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4872]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5/xp\i386\unsupdrv.inf
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4872]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5/xp/i386\unsupdrv.inf
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4872]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5/xp/i386/unsupdrv.inf
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4872]: remap: done
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4872]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \windows5\xp\i386\unsupdrv.inf remapped to /windows5/xp/i386/unsupdrv.inf
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4872]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.1.253
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4873]: remap: input: \windows5\xp\i386\halaacpi.dl_
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4873]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5\xp\i386\halaacpi.dl_
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4873]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5/xp\i386\halaacpi.dl_
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4873]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5/xp/i386\halaacpi.dl_
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4873]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5/xp/i386/halaacpi.dl_
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4873]: remap: done
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4873]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \windows5\xp\i386\halaacpi.dl_ remapped to /windows5/xp/i386/halaacpi.dl_
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4874]: remap: input: \windows5\xp\i386\ntoskrnl.ex_
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4874]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5\xp\i386\ntoskrnl.ex_
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4874]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5/xp\i386\ntoskrnl.ex_
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4874]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5/xp/i386\ntoskrnl.ex_
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4874]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5/xp/i386/ntoskrnl.ex_
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4874]: remap: done
Jun 22 13:24:06 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4874]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \windows5\xp\i386\ntoskrnl.ex_ remapped to /windows5/xp/i386/ntoskrnl.ex_
Jun 22 13:24:07 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4875]: remap: input: \windows5\xp\i386\KDCOM.DL_
Jun 22 13:24:07 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4875]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5\xp\i386\KDCOM.DL_
Jun 22 13:24:07 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4875]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5/xp\i386\KDCOM.DL_
Jun 22 13:24:07 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4875]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5/xp/i386\KDCOM.DL_
Jun 22 13:24:07 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4875]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5/xp/i386/KDCOM.DL_
Jun 22 13:24:07 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4875]: remap: rule 7: rewrite: /windows5/xp_extra/KDCOM.DL_
Jun 22 13:24:07 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4875]: remap: done
Jun 22 13:24:07 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4875]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \windows5\xp\i386\KDCOM.DL_ remapped to /windows5/xp_extra/KDCOM.DL_
Jun 22 13:24:07 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4875]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.1.253
Jun 22 13:24:07 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4876]: remap: input: \windows5\xp\i386\KDCOM.DLL
Jun 22 13:24:07 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4876]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5\xp\i386\KDCOM.DLL
Jun 22 13:24:07 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4876]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5/xp\i386\KDCOM.DLL
Jun 22 13:24:07 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4876]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5/xp/i386\KDCOM.DLL
Jun 22 13:24:07 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4876]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /windows5/xp/i386/KDCOM.DLL
Jun 22 13:24:07 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4876]: remap: rule 7: rewrite: /windows5/xp_extra/KDCOM.DLL
Jun 22 13:24:07 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4876]: remap: done
Jun 22 13:24:07 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4876]: RRQ from 192.168.1.253 filename \windows5\xp\i386\KDCOM.DLL remapped to /windows5/xp_extra/KDCOM.DLL
Jun 22 13:24:07 ohgs-winstall in.tftpd[4876]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.1.253

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In this case there is a file /var/public/tftproot/windows5/xp/i386/kdcom.dl_ so the remapping must be dodgy eh?
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Re: Install on a non-virtual box

Postby the_dude » Tue Jun 23, 2009 7:49 am

1.4 problem:
The remapping makes sure that the driver is downloaded from a different directory:
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filename \WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\RTL8139.sys remapped to /WINXP_SYS/RTL8139.sys

In other words: you should check if you can find the following file:
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/var/public/tftproot/WINXP_SYS/RTL8139.sys

Check if the uppercase/lowercase is exactly the same!
From the remapping you can see that there's no more i386 reference, so that's probably not the problem.

If you download a new driver from the internet you should be aware of the fact that you are looking for a RIS driver. (one that is specifically used during a RIS setup) In 1.4: put the inf and sys file on one of the shares that you have access to from the UDA and use the import ris drivers function from the web-interface if you have not done that already. If you do/have done that you will not need to remaster your ISO file...


2.0 problem:
Same story, you should be looking for a file called:
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/var/public/tftproot/windows5/xp_extra/KDCOM.DLL

And again check out if the uppercase/lowercase is the same!
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