Re: Boot Disks?

Paonia Ezrine (paonia@exon.massart.edu)
Fri, 18 Apr 1997 17:09:16 -0400 (EDT)


The idea I was having was a linux boot disk that had enough on it to do
bootp and then grab enough to boot the rest via tftp or nfs if it could
not all fit on a floppy
paonia
>
> I've love to install something on them. Of course I'd get shot for erasing
> Windows 3.1. I suppose I'd have to make 30 or 40 diskettes or more. And setup
> a proxy for them, but hey. It'll work. There's no major complications with
> having a single machine act as a proxy for 40 other machines, right?
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: cmcurtin@research.megasoft.com
> Sent: Thursday, April 10, 1997 9:13 AM
> To: Albert Garrido
> Cc: deschall@gatekeeper.megasoft.com
> Subject: RE: Boot Disks?
>
> By putting it on the boot disk, you can use those machines without
> having to install some Unix flavor on them. (Though, wouldn't that be
> a good idea anyway? :-)
>
>
>

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