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Re: [K12OSN] PXE vs Etherboot



I've found Etherboot easier to deal with in practice.  Others may like PXE; I found it to be a bit of a pain, but there are those on this list that use it on their networks.

--TP

On Wed, 2003-10-01 at 18:14, Nate Davis wrote:
Hello Everyone,

I have search the web and I have not found much information for my 
question.  I am now working for a Private school that has about 40 
computers.  The fastest of which is a P1 233mhz machine.  So, naturally 
I am a Linux Guru and hope to set up LTSP for these clients.  Most of 
them don't have network cards in them.  So, should I buy network cards 
with PXE or Etherboot?  What the are strengths or weaknesses of each?  
Or does it really matter?

Thanks,
Nate


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