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What I want is NFS root (there's a howto on it, but my question was more on
how to get the base OS installed), since I want to have each diskless machine
run it's own binary.

I think Mike's suggestion of using vmware then chroot is close to what I
had previously considered.

thanks for the idea though,


On Mon, 24 Jun 2002, Stephen M. Helms wrote:

> Gabe,
> If you want to boot up on bootless workstations have you considered
> Linux Terminal Project (LTSP) at http://www.ltsp.org ?  They do list
> debian under the supported distributions.

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