PXE netbooted ubuntu-live howto?
- From: Lea Gris <lea.gris@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 06 Mar 2006 15:55:15 +0100
I'd like to try having a ubuntu-live available on my lan, so any guest
could pxeboot on it.
Are there any tutorial on doing this based on ubuntu-live cd ?
The idea here is : Want to use the network here? Want to try Ubuntu?
Bring your potable computer, plug it here and boot off the lan. No need
to insert a cdrom.
I have fond tutorials on setting up ltsp clients but I think it could be
better having the full ubuntu-live booting on the host than doing ltsp.
It should even be possible to have several ubuntu-ilve on line for
different architecture. Just boot intel, amd-64 or powerpc as choosen
frm a PXE menu.
ubuntu-users mailing list
- Prev by Date: DRI support for S3 Savage8 chip - will Ubuntu support it in Hoary? (Revisited)
- Next by Date: Re: DRI support for S3 Savage8 chip - will Ubuntu support it in Hoary? (Revisited)
- Previous by thread: DRI support for S3 Savage8 chip - will Ubuntu support it in Hoary? (Revisited)
- Next by thread: Xorg man pages