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Date:      Tue, 19 Aug 2008 19:39:18 +0200
From:      "Marcel Grandemange" <>
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Subject:   PXE/BOOTP.... etc
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Im wondering if someone can assist me.


Im looking into building a machine that will allow me to boot other machines
off the network and install operating systems from say iso files.



Ive looked around and many require special images and a list of procedures
longer than my groceries list!

Windows Server 2003 has something built in but is ONLY for windows and
requires all sorts of special images.




What I want to do is simple..


Have a folder of my most common installed OS's in ISO form, have a BSD box
with pxe menu to select ISO and let it install like normal.


Is this possible? Advise?

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