e100 driver issue/driver add?

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e100 driver issue/driver add?

Postby belt » Wed Aug 08, 2007 2:08 pm

Hello,
i'm just starting to try this deployment tool and i've stumbled upon a nasty issue

i get the same problem as this http://ultimatedeployment.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=44 except my error is in the E100B driver, the tftp log shows:
Aug 8 11:44:56 UDA in.tftpd[3168]: RRQ from 10.10.150.8 filename \WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\e100b645.sy_ remapped to /WINXP_SYS/e100b645.sy_
Aug 8 11:44:56 UDA in.tftpd[3168]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 10.10.150.8
Aug 8 11:44:56 UDA in.tftpd[3169]: remap: input: \WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\e100b645.sys
Aug 8 11:44:56 UDA in.tftpd[3169]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\e100b645.sys
Aug 8 11:44:56 UDA in.tftpd[3169]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386\WINXP_SYS\e100b645.sys
Aug 8 11:44:56 UDA in.tftpd[3169]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/WINXP_SYS\e100b645.sys
Aug 8 11:44:56 UDA in.tftpd[3169]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/WINXP_SYS/e100b645.sys
Aug 8 11:44:56 UDA in.tftpd[3169]: remap: rule 3: rewrite: /WINXP_SYS/e100b645.sys
Aug 8 11:44:56 UDA in.tftpd[3169]: remap: done

now i'm totally lost, i have no idea in which part of the tftp log to put that rgi lines
Last edited by belt on Wed Aug 08, 2007 3:17 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Postby belt » Wed Aug 08, 2007 2:51 pm

well i edited the tftp map with
rgi E100B645.SY_ UNKNOWN
rgi E100B645.SYS e100b645.sys

in the section "# WINDOWS XP filename case problems"

the error remains exactly the same, now the log is flooded with the same event:
Aug 8 13:48:14 UDA in.tftpd[3578]: remap: rule 39: rewrite: /WINXP_SYS/e100b645.sys

in all the log it has the same line and the service shows "running 14 times".

i've managed to copy the new drivers to DISK1 using winscp but the same error persists
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Postby the_dude » Thu Aug 09, 2007 10:11 am

Hi belt,

First of all, your first attempt (withoud the map modifcations) looks like its hopefull. Please remove the additions to the map and read on:

I'd like to know what comes after the following line:
Aug 8 11:44:56 UDA in.tftpd[3169]: remap: done

If there's a "NAK (1, File not found)" you know that the file's not there and that the remapping was not done properly. Please check that the following file exists and has the proper file-case
/var/public/tftproot/WINXP_SYS/e100b645.sys

If there's not a NAK, then the .sys file may not be the proper .sys file for your hardware. I would do a search for your PCI and VEN codes (see the binl server logfile) and also add the keyword RIS to your search.
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Postby belt » Tue Aug 14, 2007 12:15 pm

here's the new log completed:

Aug 14 12:14:49 UDA in.tftpd[2187]: RRQ from 10.10.150.7 filename \WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\e100b645.sy_ remapped to /WINXP_SYS/e100b645.sy_
Aug 14 12:14:49 UDA in.tftpd[2187]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 10.10.150.7
Aug 14 12:14:49 UDA in.tftpd[2188]: remap: input: \WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\e100b645.sys
Aug 14 12:14:49 UDA in.tftpd[2188]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\e100b645.sys
Aug 14 12:14:49 UDA in.tftpd[2188]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386\WINXP_SYS\e100b645.sys
Aug 14 12:14:49 UDA in.tftpd[2188]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/WINXP_SYS\e100b645.sys
Aug 14 12:14:49 UDA in.tftpd[2188]: remap: rule 0: rewrite: /WINXP/i386/WINXP_SYS/e100b645.sys
Aug 14 12:14:49 UDA in.tftpd[2188]: remap: rule 3: rewrite: /WINXP_SYS/e100b645.sys
Aug 14 12:14:50 UDA in.tftpd[2188]: remap: done
Aug 14 12:14:50 UDA in.tftpd[2188]: RRQ from 10.10.150.7 filename \WINXP\i386\WINXP_SYS\e100b645.sys remapped to /WINXP_SYS/e100b645.sys
Aug 14 12:14:50 UDA in.tftpd[2188]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 10.10.150.7

the file is not present in the path you provided, not even i add the driver by hand, how come?
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Postby the_dude » Wed Aug 15, 2007 5:42 am

belt,
Remapping seems to work OK in this case, but if the file is not there, there's no way for the tftp daemon to serve it to a client... Please use winscp to copy the .sys and the .inf to the directory:
/var/public/tftproot/WINXP_SYS
and not to DISK1... and try again!
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Postby belt » Wed Aug 15, 2007 12:12 pm

but i don't have that file, the official intel driver for this board has the e100b325 file, the e100b645 file isn't anywhere.
how do i force then to use it the intel driver?
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Postby the_dude » Wed Aug 15, 2007 12:37 pm

Take the following steps:

1. Just edit the .inf file. replace all references to the file it is not supposed to ask for with filename of the one that you do have.

2. Place the .inf file along with the .sys file in the /var/public/tftproot/WINXP_SYS directory using winscp

3. Regenerate the database:
/etc/init.d/binl stop
/var/public/bin/infparser.py
/etc/init.d/binl start

4. try again!
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Re: e100 driver issue/driver add?

Postby nickblame » Fri Dec 19, 2008 5:45 pm

can i please get some help on this issue?

i have this bloody intel lan card and get the same error message. I can't get my hands on a copy of that e100b645.sys and inf file
and have no clue on how to insert these files in uda :(

I tryied adding the intel driver to the xp iso image with nlite and set it up again with no luck..

can any1 plz post the steps I have to follow? and a hint on where to find that sys file


*edit no wait I don't need that sys file. sorry about that. but the solution in this thread is a bit confusing :/

i get the same error message what do I need to do to fix it?

in previous reply
"1. Just edit the .inf file. replace all references to the file it is not supposed to ask for with filename of the one that you do have. "
which .inf file?
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Re: e100 driver issue/driver add?

Postby yoda » Wed Dec 24, 2008 8:03 pm

I fixed a similar problem.

cd /var/public/tftproot/WIN2Kx_SYS (where x is the correct 'S' or '3' or whatever). You might want to delete all templates just to be sure you have the right one.

cp e100b325.sys e100b645.sys

I'm pretty sure that's all I did; it didn't even require a binlserver restart or any of that. It worked for me. This was on a Dell Optiplex, and I think my example was e1000 instead of e100b.
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