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Old 06-04-2009, 10:21 AM   #1
dreamlemon
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Using ADSL (PPPoE) in Netboot and install


Hi folks,
If I prepare PXE and ongoin to install
but I use ADSL(PPPoe) to connect to internet
so how can I get the base system to install?
(because netboot does not support PPPoE,altho installation via DVD/CD does)
like note below
http://wiki.debian.org/DebianInstall...allviaPPPoE.3F

can I put cd image into TFTP server?
Or the debian installer will support other way to mount/download some cd image or base system?
as I know,slackware give NFS mount
 
  


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