Set booting from harddrive as default after successful instalation

Thomas Lange lange at
Mon Apr 30 13:34:45 CEST 2012

>>>>> On Mon, 30 Apr 2012 13:28:42 +0200, Katarzyna Myrek <katarzyna at> said:

    > I need to use PXE with config:  localboot 0. I am able to set it up using command fai-chboot -o HOST.
    > But how can I do it automatically?

    > I edited /usr/lib/fai/subroutines, but it didn't work.  Computer still tries to boot from pxe, but
    > there isn't any configuration file in ftfp/pxelinux.cfg (so task chboot issues the command fai-chboot
    > -d). ..
Did you execute fai-chboot -o default once on the install server? (see
man page)
Then, if you have defined LOGSERVER and LOGUSER the install client
calls fai-chboot -d and during the next reboot, the client get the
default pxelinux configuration which says localboot 0.

regards Thomas

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