I did setup few wireless md's, i looked at how to pxe boot from wireless cards and found some methods with grub but only for conventional 100MB nics. So i tried doing a mini boot sort of thing but i could not find a way
to replace the running kernel when switching to pxe.
I shall warn you that wireless has it limits in terms of bandwidth, some adapters even give really poor performances but not all; depend of your gear.
So there is another method which consist of:
- installing kubuntu, setup the wireless card (i do this editing /etc/network/interfaces manually because i can't use network manager with my ralink rt2500)
iface eth1 inet dhcp
/etc/init.d/networking restart ( make a copy of interfaces since hte installer will change it removing the essid and the key (which is a paint cause i dont happen to know my wifi key by heart)
right click on mce-installer and select install package
edit /etc/apt/source.list and comment all the lines leaving the first entry (deb http://archives
. feistyi main)
apt-get update ; apt-get install portmap nfs-common nfs-kernel server
know click o the install lmce icon on the desktop
on the install finishes, check /etc/init.d/interfaces and use the ipaddress provided and add the wifi essid and key
should be it,
Please give me some feedback if you encounter any problem so i can update this and put it on the wiki.
Hope this helps,