How to define permanent dhcp-server options in zeroshell???

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    rajgl
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    Hi all,

    How can I define some DHCP options permanently in zeroshell
    since the dhcpd.conf file gets (re)created at every boot?

    e.g. PXE-Boot in dhcpd.conf:


    next-server 192.168.1.2;
    filename "/pxelinux.0";

    I just tried to modify the dhcpd.conf file via CLI but alll changes were lost after rebooting zeroshell 🙁

    thanks a lot for your help
    Rajgl

    #48067

    You should make your changes then put them on your profile somewhere and use a post boot script to copy them in place after a reboot.

    #48068

    pushka
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    You should install the ZS on a HDD so you can boot the ZS from it and then save the changes even after a reboot.
    Booting from live CD will delete your settings at every boot.
    Try this…
    http://digidownload.libero.it/smasherdevourer/schede/linux/zeroshellEN.pdf

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