Hi, I've been trying to get FreeNAS8 to install from my local PXE boot server. I already have CentOS and OpenBSD installing from there, so I know the DHCP and TFTP side of things is fine. I'm just trying to avoid using any local CD or USB device as installation media; I know this works find, it's just not my plan I've read a whole load of docco on PXE for FreeBSD, e.g.: http://jdc.parodius.com/freebsd/pxeboot_serial_install_8.html http://mark-oshea.blogspot.com/2009/11/installing-freebsd-8-using-pxe-and-nfs.html I get my pxeboot file loaded, and the NFS server has a whole load of files retrieved from it, which is fine. My problem is that if I use the memroot.ufs.gz that's on the CD the program expects to find a CD or USB key with a root filesystem on it, which is exactly what I'm not going to supply. So, before I start flooding the forum with tons of output, a quick question: has anyone here done this before, or am I venturing into unchartered waters? Many thanks, Tom.