I adapted my setup script with the '/optional/' folder but still, it would not automatically load the module.
I tryed playing around with the /opt/bootlocal.sh to force a mount there. It complained (dmesg) about being root, I then tried "su tc": not complains but no success...I finally succeeded
by forcing the tce-load inside /home/tc/.profile
From that point I can continue on my own, I can run my scripts from /dev/sda1 as required.
It is just sad that I can not explain why I could not load the module via an "official way"
Thanks for you help, it was greatly appreciated.
I'm not sure what you mean. The CD-ROM is IDE, and it is easy to add an IDE hard disk to a virtual machine.
I just digged into it and you're right, I could have created a disk on IDE which is not the default option.
Wow... could have been much more simpler!
Currently, the iso is virtually loaded in the CDROM tray manually on the client side
Is that a requirement or just your current implementation? The virtual machine can boot directly from an .iso image.
vSphere & vmWare ESXi is new to me. Maybe I can create an ISO file inside the server's "Datastore" but I did not dig into that.
Thanks a lot!