Resources for “Diskless Linux X Terminals”

The Internet Software Consortium, maintainers of a DHCP server, can be found at

H. Peter Anvin's SYSLINUX Project, the source of PXELINUX, is at

tftp-hpa can be found at or at your friendly neighborhood kernel mirror site.

Richard Gooch developed the device filesystem for Linux; his Web site is at

Erik Anderson maintains the BusyBox combined binary at

A companion Web site for this article with a downloadable X Terminal Kit is at


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