How to configure and start drbl on Fedora core 6

Posted on 2007-10-12
Last Modified: 2013-12-06
Don't know how to configure or start DRBL, can find no useful documentation.  drbl-1.7.11-29 is installed in the /opt folder of, a Fedora core 6 box.  The drblsrv and drblpush files are present in the setup folder but I can't run ./drblsrv or .drblpush to configure the server or the client, respectively.
I have dhcp working on, which has ip forwarding enabled between 2 NICs.  The client connected to eth1 acquires a dhcp address in subnet 2 from server2 and resolves dns from server1 (which is on subnet 1).  Now I'd like to configure drbl and have the client boot off server2.  
What to do?
Question by:sara_bellum
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    There is this:

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