[LinuxBIOS] Booting from a ethernet over ata device

David Hendricks dhendrix at google.com
Tue Jul 11 01:08:31 CEST 2006

You may want to check to see if ethernet over ata is supported in Etherboot.
If you can make an Etherboot image with support for this, then you can use
that Etherboot image as a LinuxBIOS payload.

Good luck and check back with this list if you have difficulties.

On 7/6/06, Sergio García Murillo <Sergio.Garcia at ydilo.com> wrote:
> Hi all
> I have just discovered the project and I was wondering if it could support
> the ethernet over ata protocol so it could boot up from a net drive.
> AFAIK it would require a 2.6 kernel which I don't know if there are plans
> to support it soon.
> But I think it could bring some new interesting possibilities.
> Greetings and great job
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