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PXE boot not taking the init= option

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PXE boot not taking the init= option

Hi Experts,

I am doing PXE boot for my GNU/Linux device and pxelinux.0 loads the kernel as well as initrd images I have mentioned in the config file but it looks like it is not considering the init= option. Instead it starts the default INIT program.

I wanted my customized init program to be called instead of default INIT.

This is the pxelinux.cfg file,

label kernel
kernel bzImage
append ramdisk_size=200000 initrd=initrd.gz init=/sbin/install


Any help on this is much appreciated.

Thanks.
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You appear to be doing a PXELINUX boot, not a PXE boot. I am surprised that you have a configuration file called "pxeboot.cfg" as that is normally the name of a subdirectory in which the actual configuration file resides, i.e /tftpboot/pxelinux.cfg/default. Can you please clarify?
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Thanks for the response.

yes, my config file is /tftpboot/pxelinux.cfg/default only.

After few trail and error, finally got it working by adding rdinit=/sbin/install as well as init=/sbin/install to the append line. Not sure how it is working now :-(
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