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Re: Fetching bootloader from network location

 On Mon, Apr 07, 2008 at 09:32:41AM -0400, Jeffrey Finkelstein wrote: 
> I have been charged with the task of determining whether it is 
> possible to boot from a network location without using PXE, and I 
> would like to know if anyone else has any information on the subject. 
> Essentially the task is this: Given a Mandriva boot.iso CD-ROM image, 
> is it possible to edit one of the isolinux.cfg entries so that when a 
> system boots from the disk, the isolinux bootloader fetches another 
> bootloader from a tftp server, essentially chainloading from a network 
> location? I can't seem to find a way to put this sort of thing into 
> action. 

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