Solution: I'm an idiot.
The nbd-server config file was pointing to the wrong image, and the squashfs it was serving up was close enough that it /looked/ like the sysrcd.dat at a quick glance (I think it was originally based on an srcd image, even).
It worked great as soon as I fixed that.
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- 09 Oct 2016, 06:46
- Forum: Network Boot via PXE
- Topic: Boot via NBD fails during init [solved]
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During init, I get the following: mount: mounting /tftpboot on /newroot/tftpboot failed: No such file or directory !! Cannot move [/tftpboot] -> [/newroot/tftpboot] chmod: /newroot/root/.zsh: No such file or directory /init: line 1785: can't create /newroot/etc/conf.d/net: nonexistent directory /ini...