ok, i've been busting my balls on this the past few days and if someone mentions google to me i swear i'll scream. to start, i'm a linux :newbie: now that we've gotten that out of the way, i've been trying to setup diskless clients over a network, and zeroed in on an open source client OS called thinstation using the "network boot with a NIC w/o a boot ROM using a harddisk" method since the mostly old clients all had hard disks. everything went just hunky dory, so good in fact that new clients were added, without hard disks, and now i want to setup PXE using syslinux, so machines just have to be plugged in to the network. now this is where i start sucking linux dick. i cannot figure how to setup the gpxelinux.cfg file to accommodate thinstation.nbi (which is the actual boot file). keep getting "no boot file specified" or "corrupted kernel" messages when booting the clients. the server's running windows server 2003 btw. so is there anybody here with experience with syslinux who can help? i remember there was a guy here on ZP who seemed to be a linux whiz but i can't remember the name. he had a monkey wearing spectacles on his avatar. if you remember his name please post it so i can maybe PM him. but i'm sure there are many others here who can help me. please guys, i'm stuck with a LOT of new clients and i need to have this POS running by monday.