Hi all,

LINLD is a DOS linux loader. It is of the same ilk as loadlin (which could be used as part of Zenworks at one point in the past -- see Cool Solution ZENworks Imaging using a USB Pen Drive).

The issue I have is simple - the Installation System is not starting. The linux disk goes into LinuxRC instead of to the console to start imaging.



I was wondering if someone could try using LINLD (or even LOADLIN) to try getting the ZCM 10.0.3 ramdisk working...? I am having the same issue as my other post to which this post relates (RIS and PXE). I thought some people might be able to test/have experience of this scenario rather than the RIS server in my other post, hence why I created this post.



To replicate:
Download LINLD, and copy the TFTP folder complete with LINUX, INITRD, and ROOT (setings.txt is not needed for now). I created a CD boot disk based on Win98, but it could be used under many bootable scenarios.

Once at the DOS prompt, type:
linld image=linux initrd=initrd
(assuming all files are in the same directory).

Can anyone else say that it is loading to linuxrc instead of console?
Does anyone know why this may be happening?

Thanks!