Originally Posted by paulsm4
Google for "linux pxe boot server" (or, I guess, "openbsd pxe boot server") - you should come up with lots of great "howto's". For example:
The client PC's BIOS, of course, needs to support network boot.
Hi Paulsm4, thank you for commnet,
actulally I made this, I can boot client from TFTP server remotelly and it works, for OS installation. For debian exist project
my idea is, for all my home comupters not to have OS installed on them, but to have OS image on central server. So it will look like
1) switch on comp.
2) get ip address, boot to OS image from central server
3) after OS is booted, my home directory is network share on central server
3) I work all time on share dir.
so intersting is how to created all environment, openoffice, mozilla, .... to have as image I will boot to once I switch on my computer, then instead to patch 5 computers I will patch only one image
Suggestions are welcome
Thank you and regards,