PXE boot

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    nezorf
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    I have been doing a lot of install lately and been using zeroshell as my dhcp server. Problem though is I would like to do PXE boots on my network.

    Have you looked into adding a PXE boot feature? I think it could be nicely done via this web based tool.

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    @nezorf wrote:

    I have been doing a lot of install lately and been using zeroshell as my dhcp server. Problem though is I would like to do PXE boots on my network.

    Have you looked into adding a PXE boot feature? I think it could be nicely done via this web based tool.

    I like pxe boot too, but if only indicate the pxe server ip adress in a new feature, can make me very happy. i think this implementation is very easy, because only add 1 or 2 lines in the dhcpd.conf file. thx

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    eliberatus
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    @aullasistemas wrote:

    @nezorf wrote:

    adding a PXE feature? I think it could be nicely…

    I like pxe boot too, but if only indicate the pxe server ip adress in a new feature, can make me very happy. thx

    I subscribe !

    PLEASE, Please, please add the
    – TFPT (and the nceessary forms to manage it),
    – pxelinux.0 ,
    PXES Linux micro distribution files (from http://sourceforge.net/projects/pxes/ ) especially those files who will allow us to RDP a Windows Terminal Server from a cheap PIII-computer…
    – Another Field in the DHCP form for the boot file’s name (“pxelinux.0”)
    – Changes in DHCP to be persistent (after reboot).

    Thank you

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