have you take a look in pxe or gpxe ?

On Sat, Apr 18, 2009 at 6:01 PM, Siva <itssivag...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> I am working on developing an iSCSI intiator in uCLinux.
> Right now we are doing this using linux shell and running certain
> programs of iSCSI (like iscsiadm, iscsid) from the shell . But what I
> want to do is inititate and establish the iSCSI communication using an
> interface module.
>
> The bus is going to be PCI. So its basically going to be a PCI-iSCSI
> interface.
>
> My question is, should I read through the iscsiadm, iscsid etc and
> then write a program that has hooks for theAPIs in these files ? Or is
> it like I just need to invoke the iscsi daemon by making some
> functional call ?
> Or are there like a Master Api for each of the iscsi functionalities ?
>
> Excuse me if the questions i asked are absurd or vague . I am a
> newbie .
>
> Thanks !
> >
>



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