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Thu May 6 09:53:00 CEST 2004
Adam Sulmicki <adam at cfar.umd.edu> writes:
> Having said this all I think someone else did some work in that area,
> transparent forwarding of disk I/O or some such..either way it would be
> proprietary binary only stuff..
I am not sure what the OP meant by "diskless". If the question is
about booting Windows from a networked disk on a computer without a
local disk, then it is possible booting off an iSCSI disk. Check
Disclosure: I work at IBM's Haifa Labs - iBOOT is rather routine for us.
LinuxBIOS is not a part of this, though. Pity.
To be quite fair, Cisco are also working hard:
Oleg Goldshmidt | pub at NOSPAM.goldshmidt.org
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