Booting off iSCSI
#1
After building kernel 3.10.102 based on longsheep's sources I now have working iSCSI support on my Pine64, however, I can't figure out the correct arguments to put into uEnv.txt to actually boot off iSCSI - has anyone gotten this working and if so, what does your uEnv.txt look like?

Thanks!
#2
(07-07-2016, 12:43 PM)mgamble Wrote: After building kernel 3.10.102 based on longsheep's sources I now have working iSCSI support on my Pine64, however, I can't figure out the correct arguments to put into uEnv.txt to actually boot off iSCSI - has anyone gotten this working and if so, what does your uEnv.txt look like?

Thanks!

You use 'rootwait' along with root=<device> 

... which points the /boot to the iSCI location where the root partition is mounted.

marcus
#3
Any chance some one has a complete set of steps to boot off iSCSI?  Would like to be able to boot and run off of my NAS instead of from the SDCard


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