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Seems to me like your installation folder is incomplete. The *.c32 files are definetely a part of PXELINUX/SYSLINUX, but the pxelinux.0 binary is obviously missing. You could manually download PXELINUX:

http://www.syslinux.org/wiki/index.php?title=DownloadPXELINUX.

Place the pxelinux.0 file in that folder and make sure that you replace all the *.c32 files with the respective copies from the downloaded PXELINUX version. Rename extlinux.conf to default and place it inside a folder called pxelinux.cfg. If PXELINUX shows error messages about missing *.c32 files while trying to boot, copy those files into the tftpboot folder as well.

Seems to me like your installation folder is incomplete. The *.c32 files are definetely a part of PXELINUX/SYSLINUX, but the pxelinux.0 binary is obviously missing. You could manually download PXELINUX:

http://www.syslinux.org/wiki/index.php?title=Download

Place the pxelinux.0 file in that folder and make sure that you replace all the *.c32 files with the respective copies from the downloaded PXELINUX version. Rename extlinux.conf to default and place it inside a folder called pxelinux.cfg. If PXELINUX shows error messages about missing *.c32 files while trying to boot, copy those files into the tftpboot folder as well.

Seems to me like your installation folder is incomplete. The *.c32 files are definetely a part of PXELINUX/SYSLINUX, but the pxelinux.0 binary is obviously missing. You could manually download PXELINUX.

Place the pxelinux.0 file in that folder and make sure that you replace all the *.c32 files with the respective copies from the downloaded PXELINUX version. Rename extlinux.conf to default and place it inside a folder called pxelinux.cfg. If PXELINUX shows error messages about missing *.c32 files while trying to boot, copy those files into the tftpboot folder as well.

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Seems to me like your installation folder is incomplete. The *.c32 files are definetely a part of PXELINUX/SYSLINUX, but the pxelinux.0 binary is obviously missing. You could manually download PXELINUX:

http://www.syslinux.org/wiki/index.php?title=Download

Place the pxelinux.0 file in that folder and make sure that you replace all the *.c32 files with the respective copies from the downloaded PXELINUX version. Rename extlinux.conf to default and place it inside a folder called pxelinux.cfg. If PXELINUX shows error messages about missing *.c32 files while trying to boot, copy those files into the tftpboot folder as well.