How to boot from network?
Is it possible to boot of antoher computer on the network?
Oh boy. Yes, you can boot a computer from another computer on the network. That means you could have systems with no disk drives at all. It requires a server machine of some kind that is setup for the task, and the network card must have a boot rom chip on it. My experience with this was with Netware servers network booting Windows 95 (while it was still in beta) clients. It is really not pretty to setup or maintain, but it can be done. I'd suggest looking for a large stock of 40-100 meg hard drives and work on running a networked install of whatever it is you want to boot into. It is simpler to do, but still no picnic. If I had to, I could pull it off, but I'd find most any way to get out of it...
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