I know it's not a Porteus problem, but maybe you can help.
I'm using Porteus 3.0 as PXE server and DHCP server. The multi-boot PXE menu is very useful, I can boot Porteus via PXE fine, I can boot DOS via PXE fine, but I just cannot boot the "diskcryptor" PXE boot file.
"Diskcryptor" is an alternative to truecrypt, as you perhaps know already. ( http://sourceforge.net/projects/diskcryptor/ )
Diskcryptor offers to decode your encrypted Harddisk using a PXE boot file which contains a key for decryption.
The file generated by Diskcryptor is called "loader.img" (19.653 bytes), or, for burning to CD it is called "loader.iso" (1.835.008 bytes).
If you burn that file to a CD, and you boot from that CD, the harddisk decryption works neatly.
But: If you decided to boot from PXE, the Porteus PXE Boot menu appears, but the booting of the file "loader.img" is always resulting in the error message: "Invalid or corrupt kernel image".
My pxelinux.cfg/default contains:
The modded FreeDOS boots fine, PLOP bootloader boots fine from PXE, - just the darned "loader.img" or "loader.iso", made by Diskcryptor, will not work.LABEL dos2
MENU LABEL Run FreeDOS modded
MENU LABEL Run HD decryptor
Decrypt first hd
MENU LABEL load HD decryptor ISO file
TEST 2 load iso