Re: tftp boot or non-diskette boot

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try LTSP .... 

burn the image on NIC cards ..

Narayan Kejriwal

--- Sami_Abdul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> I am currently in process of building quiet large
> number of systems. I am
> looking for non-diskette booting method or in other
> words I am looking for
> a method to build Linux system where one doesn't
> require diskette.
> Regards
> Sami
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Narayan Kejriwal
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