We’ve developed our own microserver platform sitting on top of CentOS 5.4. We deploy them in many locations and normally use netbooks for this purpose. This has worked fine for years, except most netbooks have started to disappear (in Australia).
The lowest price hardware I found the other day was the ASUS F201E (X201E
in USA). It is the right size at the right price… but it runs on UEFI
This has caused me to burn hours trying to figure what is going on until someone pointed me to: CentOS-6.3-x86_64-minimal-EFI.iso – which worked fine (except no LAN drivers for this device are present – damnit).
As we roll our own ISO… I want to re-build our platform on top of CentOS
6.4 – or something current, but while the OS isn’t an issue… the EFI
aspect is… and I can’t seem to find out how to roll and ISO with EFI
Does anyone know of a doc out there which might be able to assist me with getting something going?
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