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Bug#133570: Unable to boot from disk

Package: boot-floppies
Version: 2.2
flavor: vanilla
architecture: i386
model: HP Kayak
memory: 512MB
scsi: Symbios Logic SCSI
cd-rom:		ATAPI, Hitachi CD-ROM
network card:	AMD PCnet-PCI II/PCnet Fast Ethernet Adapter
pcmcia:		none

I'm trying to install Debian GNU/Linux 2.2 on an HP pc. The install seems
to proceed ok but when the machine reboots at the end of the install it
fails with the following messages:

LAN option: AMD PCnet - PCI II/PCnet - Fast Ethernet Adapter
DHCP MAC ADDR: 00 60 B0 ED 32 CE
PXE-E53: No boot filename received from BINL, DHCP or BOOTP.
PXE-M0F: Exiting PXE.
Operating System not found

I am however able to boot from the floppy that is created during the
install process. In booting from the floppy I noticed something 
strange. I can successfully ping other Unix machines on the network
using their network name but when I attempt to ping an NT machine
the system seems to have problems resolving the name and the
ping fails.

Any help would be appreciated!


Bruce W. Bodnyk
Staff Engineer, CAE Development
FCI Electronics
825 Old Trail Road
Etters, PA 17319-9351

Phone: (717) 938-7543
Fax: (717) 938-7224
E-Mail: bbodnyk@fciconnect.com

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