Commit db077ec8 authored by Stephen Heywood's avatar Stephen Heywood
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Add refs to local IP network

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This document will cover the process of setting up a Raspberry Pi 4 as a network server. The server will provide support for a number of Raspberry Pi clients, these clients will PXE boot from the server.
The documentation uses the ~192.168.1.0/24~ network as a reference. Please update the setting to match your current requirements.
* Key Software
** Operating System & Kernel
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#+end_example
Your DHCP server will most likely be running on your local router. The manual for the router should explain how to /reserve/ or /bind/ an IP address to a MAC address.
Confirm that the address has been reserved on the DHCP server by rebooting the server.
Confirm that the address has been reserved on the DHCP server by rebooting the server. The MAC address of this Pi for the server will be using ~192.168.1.200~.
#+begin_src shell :eval never
sudo reboot
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sudo apt install nfs-ganesha
#+end_src
Each Pi client will need an IP address reserved on the network by the DHCP server so that it can be linked to the NFS folder on the server.
Copy ~ganesha.conf~ to the server folder ~/etc/ganesha/~
#+begin_src shell text :tangle ./conf/ganesha.conf
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