[K12OSN] Pentium 166 mHz Machines as Clients?
anthonybaldwin at snet.net
Sat May 8 15:43:49 UTC 2004
I have an old Pentium 100 mhz here that I've loaded up with Damn Small
Linux. I daresay it runs nearly as well as the 400mhz celeron in my
classroom running k12 3.1.2
Robert Arkiletian wrote:
> I think a "how-to" on booting from client hard drives is a great idea. I'm
> currently facing the same problem. The docs under Configuring Clients only
> has info on booting from floppy or PXE.
> I've got NTFS partition on clients so I don't think I can call the dos
> executable ROM image (.com) from boot.ini. But I'm going to try anyway.
> Robert Arkiletian
> On Friday 07 May 2004 8:45 pm, Jason Neiffer wrote:
>>Is there a how-to on how to get the terminals to boot to the server from
>>the hard disk? I have seen this referred to several times on here but
>>don't really understand the process.
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