Boot Linux over the network

Networking

Network booting via PXE can be a life-saver when you have a box that won't boot by any other means, or you want to roll out upgrades across a hundred machines without jamming a CD into them individually. Our PC Plus brethren have put up a tutorial for booting Linux via a network connection, explaining how to install a DNS server, configure DHCP and set up TFTP to transfer the boot image.

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