Linux Remote-Boot mini-HOWTO: Configuring Remote-Boot Workstations with Linux, DOS, Windows 95/98 and Windows NT
Marc Vuilleumier Stückelberg, David Clerc
v3.19, February 1999
This document describes how to set up a very robust and secure server-based
configuration for a cluster of PCs, allowing each client to choose
at boot-time which operating system to run. The key of this configuration
is a bootprom based program, which let the user choose at boot time one of several boot images. This configuration is applicable using
InCom TCP/IP Bootprom (add-on for most network cards) or any PXE-compliant Boot ROM (ready-to-use in most recent PC with built-in
The most up-to-date version of this document, with hypertext links to
downloadable software and other related materials, can be found at the
versions are available in the same directory.
If you are interested in getting info on further developpments, send
an E-mail to David.Clerc@cui.unige.ch.