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Booting Ubuntu 20.04 image from iSCSI does not seem to work…

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Hi,

I would like to use my Synology machine as a SAN iSCSI target as per the howto from the Berryboot website. I can make it to work with Raspbian and OpenSUSE (install from berryboot menu, machine boots ok, gets its static IP address from the cmdlines.txt file and I can login) but neither the Ubuntu 18.04 (from BerryBoot) or Ubuntu 20.04 (from your testing repository) seem to go that far: the Pi can’t seems to get to the point of getting its network interface working (no IP showing in Angry IP).

Is there a solution to his issue? I have standardize my setup on Ubuntu and would like to have the best performances w/o dealing with an OS on the SD card…

Best regards

Sylvain

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Hi Sylvain, ok, try this and let me know if that resolve the issue at your end.

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Hi,

Sorry for the late answer… Yeah, I know the solution you suggest but for my project, it is kind of impractical… I want to build a Pi 4 cluster headless; if I need to connect to a monitor/keyboard for each Pi, it would be a problem. I was expecting a headless first access like using Raspberry Pi Imager using ubuntu/ubuntu and then changing the password. I can live with DHCP adressing but this is a killer…

Best regards

S

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