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Heya Monkberry :)
This is usually my noon nap time, that's why you didn't find me last time
damn time difference lol
How are things there?
I'm not sure if this is the correct platform for this but I suppose it is a bit
things are good
until the school where you've logged into before decided to buy a pos printer
Hehe, and what happened?
its a xerox printer that seems to be totally geared towards windows
I just don't know printing enough
You mean it's not printing, and need help in making it print under linux?
Is it connected via ethernet or USB?
Monkberry: I see... that could take a while, could we do it after my nap? :D
I'll be back online in a couple of hours
of course, I totally understand the naps!
👍️ 😴 🛌
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anyone happen to know what EFI on aarch64/arm64 settings you need in dnsmasq?
e.g. to tell PXE boot "hey, download this file" ... my dnsmasq is really ... quite rusty
had set it up on the network ages ago and the machine hosting it died.
used to know all this right off the top of my head
Heya vagrantc, no idea about ARM, but I imagine you could modify this line a bit:
with this information from the dnsmasq man page:
The known types are x86PC, PC98, IA64_EFI, Alpha, Arc_x86, Intel_Lean_Client, IA32_EFI, x86-64_EFI, Xscale_EFI, BC_EFI, ARM32_EFI and ARM64_EFI;
basically looking for the correlary to dhcp-match=set:X86-64_EFI,option:client-arch,7 ... suspect that's ARM64_EFI :)
alkisg: thanks for entertaining my ostensibly off-topic request :)
....and I pasted the wrong link, I meant this line:
i think last time i set this up I basically just generated an ltsp dnsmasq configuration and manually tweaked it :)
And/or the dhcp-boot lines at the end
didn't even have to do that dhcp-match stuff ... yay
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