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The current homepage for Rom-o-matic is http://rom-o-matic.net/
The current version is for an etherboot image generator is 5.4.4. http://rom-o-matic.net/etherboot/etherboot-5.4.4/contrib/rom-o-matic/
Before creating a boot disk it is necessary to obtain your NIC/ROM information.
[The following are linux based commands.]
From a terminal/console workspace issue a "lspci" command.
This will return a description of the pci hardware on your system in the following format:
bus:device.function class: vendor. etc.
Record the ethernet controller information for the device you wish to PXE boot from. For example: 00:11:0 Ethernet Controller: SIS 900 (rev 90)
Then issue a "lspci -n" command which shows the PCI vendor and device codes as numbers. For example: 00:11:0 0XXX: 1039:0900
Now go to the Rom-o-matic web page.
To create and download an Etherboot ROM image:
1. Choose NIC/ROM type:
PCI IDs for available NICs are documented here.
You need to know this if you are going to burn/flash a ROM image because
PCI IDs on the NIC and ROM must match. If you are making any other
kind of image, you only need to match the family (family:rom_name)
part of the identifier.
For our example we will enter Choose NIC/ROM type: sis900:sis900 -- [0x1039,0x0900]
2. Choose ROM output format:
For our example we will go with the default setting: Floppy bootable ROM image (.zdsk)
3. Step 3 is optional (used to customize ROM configuration)
4. To generate and download a ROM image press: Get ROM
To make a bootable floppy on a GNU/Linux system, put a formatted floppy in your floppy drive and do:
$ cat eb-5.4.4-yournic.zdsk > /dev/fd0
where "eb-5.4.4-yournic.zdsk" is where you stored your downloaded ROM image.
On a DOS/Windows system, use the RAWRITE program to write the .zdsk image to a formatted floppy.
RAWRITE is available on most GNU/Linux installation CDs or on the web.
I did " dd if=image-disk.zdsk of=/dev/fd0"