I´ve got a Problem booting my OS via Grub2 and don´t know where to address my problem, so I will describe it here.
I´ve got a PXE-Boot Infrastructure and want to test PXE-Booting Grub2.efi via Network (TFTP).
Downloading the efi-file to the client works and grub gets loaded on the machine. - I can see the grub prompt “grub>” - I´m using Grub Version 2.00
I´ve created a Configfile (grub.cfg) and placed it in the same TFTP-Directory as the grub.efi file.
I can see from the TFTP-logs that grub gets downloaded - and obviously loaded on the client - and afterwards the grub.cfg get downloaded by grub.
My grub.cfg looks as follows:
Minimalistically I just want to boot Windows by grub. - Please don´t ask why, that takes too long to describe…
I would expect that grub “finds” the downloaded grub.cfg file and loads the Windows-OS.
What happens: I just get thrown to the grub-prompt…
When I load the grub.cfg from the grub-prompt via
the OS gets loaded perfectly. - So the seems to be OK so far.
So my problem is, how can I say grub to load the configfile? - Do you have any hint? - I´m stuck right now…