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RE: pxe works!

From: Gregg C Levine
Subject: RE: pxe works!
Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2001 19:43:33 -0500

Hello from Gregg C Levine obviously with Jedi Knight Computers
I have been studying Ether Boot, and the behavior of the 3COM family of
cards, the 3C905 family to be exact. I run Slackware  Linux here, when I
am not working with Windows, and I am curious as to how you accomplished
that. Basically I have been studying the methods behind how a system can
be booted diskless from the network, and running that distribution.
Naturally I sent off a message to the company regarding that idea, but
they have not gotten back to me, since it was sent to the general
questions alias, I was not suspecting one. Can you supply those methods,
either directly to me, or to the list, and to me. I suspect there are
people out there, who are also curious as to how that was accomplished.
Since this message originally wanted to directly to go to you, I have
then CC: the list, so if you get two copies, as I suspect, just
disregard copy number two.
Gregg C Levine address@hidden
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden On Behalf
> Mario Klebsch
> Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2001 1:17 PM
> To: David A. van Leeuwen; address@hidden
> Subject: Re: pxe works!
> On Thursday,  8. November 2001 11:59, David A. van Leeuwen wrote:
> > I wanted to make a completely diskless workstation (Linux) and
> > studied the various HOWTOs about them for several days.  The client
> > network card included PXE support (it's an intel express pro).  None
> > of the proposed alternatives knew about this (etherboot, netboot),
> > seemed.
> I did program etherbot into the FLASH rom of the intel NICs several
> times. These cards work perfectly fine with etherboot.
> 73, Mario
> - --
> Mario Klebsch                                         address@hidden
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