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boot and install from lan

I have been trying to build a network installation scheme in my LAN.

1. PXE boot clients
2. DHCP configuration to set the boot image
3. TFTP server providing the boot image

I also set up a mirror using debmirror and apache2.
Lets say the server
including the DHCPD, TFTPD (and the boot images) is

The client boots the image on the TFTP server.
Installation starts
-During the installation the client gets its ip from the DHCPD on -When asked the debian mirror I point the web address on my local (on LAN) server. -The installation on the client warns: No Kernel modules were found, This probably is due to a mismatch between the kernel used mby this version of the installer and the kernel version available in the archive.

Any comment?

Is there any other way (which is recommended) to build a network install system. (with PXE)

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