Runs the cmdlet in a remote session or on a remote computer.Enter a computer name or a session object, such as the output of a New-Cim Session or Get-Cim Session cmdlet.This offer requires end-user product registration for activation. In this lab we are experimenting with a Funtoo Linux machine that mounts a remote volume located on a Solaris machine through i SCSI.The throttle limit applies only to the current cmdlet, not to the session or to the computer.
For the record, the used switches here are Trend Net TEG-S80Dg, directly connected on a 120V plug no external PSU Before going on with the installation of Solaris, we have to do two operations: At date of writing, Jet Way published a newer BIOS revision (A03) for the motherboard, unfortunately the board has no built-in flash utilities accessible at machine startup so only solution is to build a bootable DOS USB Key using Qemu (unetbootin with a Free DOS failed has been tried but no joy): Ok this is not especially Funtoo related but the following notes can definitely saves you several hours.
) */ //#define CRYPTO_80211_WPA /* WPA Personal, authenticating with passphrase */ //#define CRYPTO_80211_WPA2 /* Add support for stronger WPA cryptography */ /* * Name resolution modules * */ #define DNS_RESOLVER /* DNS resolver */ /* * Image types * * Etherboot supports various image formats. * */ //#define IMAGE_NBI /* NBI image support */ //#define IMAGE_ELF /* ELF image support */ //#define IMAGE_MULTIBOOT /* Multi Boot image support */ #define IMAGE_PXE /* PXE image support */ //#define IMAGE_SCRIPT /* i PXE script image support */ #define IMAGE_BZIMAGE /* Linux bz Image image support */ //#define IMAGE_COMBOOT /* SYSLINUX COMBOOT image support */ //#define IMAGE_EFI /* EFI image support */ //#define IMAGE_SDI /* SDI image support */ //#define IMAGE_PNM /* PNM image support */ #define IMAGE_PNG /* PNG image support */ /* * Command-line commands to include * */ #define AUTOBOOT_CMD /* Automatic booting */ #define NVO_CMD /* Non-volatile option storage commands */ #define CONFIG_CMD /* Option configuration console */ #define IFMGMT_CMD /* Interface management commands */ //#define IWMGMT_CMD /* Wireless interface management commands */ //#define FCMGMT_CMD /* Fibre Channel management commands */ #define ROUTE_CMD /* Routing table management commands */ #define IMAGE_CMD /* Image management commands */ #define DHCP_CMD /* DHCP management commands */ #define SANBOOT_CMD /* SAN boot commands */ #define MENU_CMD /* Menu commands */ #define LOGIN_CMD /* Login command */ #define SYNC_CMD /* Sync command */ #define NSLOOKUP_CMD /* DNS resolving command */ #define TIME_CMD /* Time commands */ #define DIGEST_CMD /* Image crypto digest commands */ #define LOTEST_CMD /* Loopback testing commands */ #define VLAN_CMD /* VLAN commands */ #define PXE_CMD /* PXE commands */ #define REBOOT_CMD /* Reboot command */ #define POWEROFF_CMD /* Power off command */ #define IMAGE_TRUST_CMD /* Image trust management commands */ #define PCI_CMD /* PCI commands */ #define PARAM_CMD /* Form parameter commands */ #define NEIGHBOUR_CMD /* Neighbour management commands */ #define PING_CMD /* Ping command */ #define CONSOLE_CMD /* Console command */ #define IPSTAT_CMD /* IP statistics commands */ //#define PROFSTAT_CMD /* Profiling commands */ /* * ROM-specific options * */ #undef NONPNP_HOOK_INT19 /* Hook INT19 on non-Pn P BIOSes */ /* * Error message tables to include * */ #undef ERRMSG_80211 /* All 802.11 error descriptions (~3.3kb) */ /* * Obscure configuration options * * You probably don't need to touch these.
* */ #define NETDEV_DISCARD_RATE 0 /* Drop every N packets (0=no drop) */ #undef BUILD_SERIAL /* Include an automatic build serial * number. For example: * "make bin/rtl8139bs" */ #undef BUILD_ID /* Include a custom build ID string, * e.g "test-foo" */ #undef NULL_TRAP /* Attempt to catch NULL function calls */ #undef GDBSERIAL /* Remote GDB debugging over serial */ #undef GDBUDP /* Remote GDB debugging over UDP * (both may be set) */ #include #ifndef CONFIG_CONSOLE_H #define CONFIG_CONSOLE_H /** @file * * Console configuration * * These options specify the console types that Etherboot will use for * interaction with the user.
* PRODUCT_NAME is displayed prior to any i PXE branding in startup * messages, and PRODUCT_SHORT_NAME is used where a brief product * label is required (e.g. * * To minimise end-user confusion, it's probably a good idea to either * make PRODUCT_SHORT_NAME a substring of PRODUCT_NAME or leave it as * "i PXE".
* */ #define PRODUCT_NAME "" #define PRODUCT_SHORT_NAME "i PXE" /* * Banner timeout configuration * * This controls the timeout for the "Press Ctrl-B for the i PXE * command line" banner displayed when i PXE starts up.
Benefit is you get a pre-installed GNOME environment (can also be installed with the textual boot CD by doing pkg install slim_install, 400Mb will be downloaded from the package archives).