On Wed, Apr 8, 2015 at 12:30 PM, Ryan Stone <ryst...@gmail.com> wrote:
> We're looking at dual-booting FreeBSD and Win95. We're thinking of booting
Wow, I like your problem. It's really weird, and I like weird problems. :)
Since you are looking at automating a complicated process,
here is a crazy idea which you might want to consider
(1) Get two machines, interconnect them via a small Ethernet switch.
(2) Designate one machine as a PXE server, and the other as your test
(3) Set up a FreeBSD PXE boot environment wit NFS root, as per:
(4) Figure out how to PXE boot a Windows95 environment. There are
articles out there for PXE booting FreeDOS which might be a place to start:
On the DHCP server, you can modify dhcpd.conf to change which OS will boot
via PXE boot.
If you can:
-> automate the reboot of your test server
-> automate the modification of dhcpd.conf on your PXE server via some
then you might be able to get it to work. :)
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