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Is it possible to configure wanboot for X86/64 client?

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Hello, Is it possible to configure wanboot for X86/64 client? I am not getting 'url' command in my 'grub' shell.
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No, wanboot requires support from the BIOS/OPB. The x86 BIOS does not have this support, since it is determined by
the BIOS vendor. Sparc systems use the OBP, which can have this support since it comes from Sun.
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Thank you blu! :-)
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