Raspberry Pi Zero W with the root FS mounted over iSCSI

I like to run my Raspberries with the root FS mounted remotely (eg: over NFS, and this is easy to do when the machine has an ethernet socket and a wired connection (since the standard bootloader understands NFS).

Doing the same thing over wireless iSCSI, however, is not so simple, so here's a guide to what you need to do.

Note: whether "iSCSI root over wireless" is a sensible thing to do or not, I don't know until I've been able to try it for a while, so I'll post an update here (and edit this comment) once I've had a chance to try it out in practice.

Instructions to follow….

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