On Tue, Jul 23, 2002 at 02:21:55PM -0400, Ben Boulanger wrote:
> We've used System Imager here with fairly good success.  It's a bit like 
> Solaris's jumpstart, so your machines need to have the ability to boot off 
> the network, but it's pretty straightforward other than that.  

You can use etherboot to create a bootable CD/floppy that would
do the same thing as netboot/PXEboot.  For a large number
of machines, it was easier to do it that way then constantly
change the BIOS settings to prevent it from booting from the network
each time it started.


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