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DOH!

I should pay a little more attention... I was thinking of something else when I read it initially.  So ummm, yes that would probably work fine.....

So Stephen, how does one set one of those up.  :)

-sp

On Fri, 22 February 2002, "Stephen M. Helms" wrote:

> 
> speck@blkmtn.org wrote:
> 
> > I don't know how happy they would be to reprogram the BOOT Rom on the NIC.
> 
> You do not need to reprogram the BOOT Rom on the NIC.  The BIOS already knows to look for a server on the network to use to BOOT.  The boot files are located on the server.  So, if you have a server it will use it too
> boot, if you do not have a server it will continue on to the next boot option.
> 
> >  Is there a X Server on a floppy that can be booted from? (I know there is VNC on a floppy, but don't know enough to know if that would work).
> >
> > But that would solve the Linux traingin build issue, just need one system for th eTerminal Server and the rest for connectivity.
> >
> > -sp


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