bryan.sant at gmail.com
Wed Oct 11 11:35:39 MDT 2006
On 10/11/06, Kimball Larsen <kimball at kimballlarsen.com> wrote:
> How about some sort of network boot solution that just pops up a menu
> of which image I'd like to slam on the box? That would be cool. :)
> -- Kimball
The Linux Terminal Server Project has all clients boot their kernel
from the network (or a floppy). The goals of this project may not be
exactly what you're trying to do, but the PXE boot concepts are well
covered. This gentoo link has a nice distilled article on setting
things up for PXE boot clients. You could have a kernel that your
client's boot from and NFS shares that everyone mounts.
I've never actually done this, but I've always wanted too. Knock
yourself out :-).
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