PXE: Not Just for Server Networks Anymore!
Apr 01, 2009 By Bill Childers
Using a combination of open-source technologies, you can build an unattended network-based OS installer that can save you huge amounts of time and even can install Windows.
Bill Childers is the Virtual Editor for Linux Journal. No one really knows what that means.
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