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hi all
Anyone can tell/teach me how to setup a LAN with Linux server and diskless clients running Windows 95/98 with remote boot (boot from ROM boot on NIC) ???
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by:xyzvhl
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I never heard about technich for this case before, anyone have a solution ?
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by:xyzvhl
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I never heard about technich for this case before, anyone have a solution ?
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by:Bruce_R
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here's how to do it with a Novell Network

http://straylight.cso.niu.edu/win95/win95boo.htm

You would probably have to use Samba on the Linux box to give you a WinNT style file server instead of the Netware file server used in this example.

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by:xyzvhl
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I haven't know anything about SAMBA :'( anyone can give me concepts about it and explain for me ?
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by:psimation
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you can go to my website at www.linuxhelp.co.za and follow the networking link there, it will show you how to setup SAMBA on a RedHat 6.x machine ( for 7.x, just remember that samba files now are in /etc/samba and not just /etc as with redhat6.x)

After you have SAMBA started, you should be able to just configure your bootroms to log onto a NT domain as Bruce_R said.
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swapsthegreat earned 50 total points
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you can supply a dos image as a boot image using the etherboot. can i assume that u know etherboot?
you can get more info in Diskless* HOWTO files.
additional s/w is at http://etherboot.sourceforge.net

let me know, what you have done ...
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Thanks you all, I'll try all of it before I ask more :-) hope I'll success :)
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