IMPORTANT: None of the follow applies any security what so ever. You should use a FireWall and every other tool at your disposal to secure these services. TFTP has NO built-in security and NFS sucks just about as much.
Where 10.x.y.z is the IP of your server. In your subnet declaration add
Restart dhcpd. Then copy the contents of your FreeBSD 5.2.1 ISO or CD-Rom to /usr/local/export/freebsd.
Add to your /etc/exports file (man exports)
To your /etc/rc.conf and run /etc/rc.d/nfsd start or similar. To check that it's working properly you can use
To list your available NFS exports and don't forget to check /var/log/messages.
Now you need to setup a TFTP server. First enable it in inetd by uncommenting
In /etc/inetd.conf and then (re)start inetd. Make the directory /tftpboot and copy /usr/local/export/freebsd/boot/pxeboot into that directory.
PCMCIA cards not being recognised when plugged in ?
GNOME not showing up your battery status properly and/or giving you an 'APM not loaded error' when ACPI is enabled?
This will give you an error in dmesg going "/etc/rc: WARNING: /dev/apmctl not found; kernel is missing apm(4)?" but this will get rid of that nagging error in Gnome.
Add the following to /.inputrc:
"\e[3~": delete-char "\e[1~": beginning-of-line "\e[4~": end-of-line