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[K12OSN] Fwd: PXE booting

This is the message from Chip PC company. No sure what to make of it. Can you use PXE for LTSP or not?

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Chip PC Support <ChipPCsupport chippc com>
Date: 25-Jul-2006 20:37
Subject: RE: PXE booting
To: krsnendu108 gmail com
Cc: Ronit Pasternak < ronit chippc com>

Hi David,


Thank you for applying Chip PC,


The straight-forward answer at this point in time to your question is NO, in terms that Jack PC supports PXE boot but only with Chip PC image that is CE-based.

The following link explains how use PXE with the Chip PC devices. Note that the scenario requires image 6.5.x loaded on the Jack PC + XG to act as a PXE server http://www.chippc.com/support/kbase/answer.asp?ID=CKB00152 .


Please address technical support questions through the following link, http://www.chippc.com/support/request in order for them to be recorded into our support database. One of Chip PC technical support team member will examine your case and contact you with a solution or to gather more information.


Best Regards,

Chip PC support team

From: Ronit Pasternak
Sent: Wednesday, July 19, 2006 5:07 PM
To: 'krsnendu108 gmail com'
Cc: Amit Sheinbox; Efrat Alon
Subject: RE: PXE booting


Hello David, 


I have forwarded this to our technical support department.  


kind regards,



Ronit Pasternak

Chip PC, Marcom & HF

Tel: 972-4-8501-121 ext. 111
Fax: 972-4-8501-088
Mobile: 972-523-864-536
ronit chippc com



 -----Original Message-----
From: krsnendu108 gmail com [mailto:krsnendu108 gmail com]
Posted At: Tuesday, July 18, 2006 8:00 PM
Posted To: Chip PC Info
Conversation: PXE booting
Subject: PXE booting

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Hello, We are interested in you product JackPC. We are running the K12LTSP Linux thin client system at our school and your devices sound like a great match at the client end. We just require PXE (or etherboot) in order to download the operation system from the client. This is a standard feature on modern motherboards for PCs. Does you system provide this feature? Thank you in advance. David Knight

please note: this email was generated by Chip PC website and was mailed automatically

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