I think we’re finally getting very close to having built-in support for windows! However, I notice, while drafting a blog post, that I still need to install the latest syslinux v6; which is a pitty since this, for me, breaks built-in support. Unfortunately, EPEL7 only provides the older v4 binaries, which are too old to support windows.
I think it would be nice to include the v6 rpms, which can also be found on the EL8 repos, on the foreman repo. As soon as that is availeble, I can file a patch to, by default, also include IPXE binaries in the installer config.
The packages I currently install are these:
The files I copy:
I noticed I already made an issue for this last year:
I anyone could point me in the right direction on how to make this happen?
BTW: I know that CentOS/RHEL 8 is out, and this probably is a transient problem, nevertheless, CentOS 7 is still used a lot I think (even more because upgrading CentOS to 8 is actually a reinstall )