you wrote:
"after this i get normal live session except wrong dns setting, which is fixed 
by setting my router's
dns as resolver
#echo "nameserver 192.168.1.1" > /etc/resolv.conf"

the issue with resolv.conf i have since ubuntu 17.10, when i nfsboot the
live system. ubuntu 17.04 was the last version, where internet addresses
were resolved out-of-the-box.

is that already reported somewhere?
or is there a fix in the queue?

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  bionic casper nfsboot not reaching desktop env, failure to mount
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