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Re: Is there a way to install DragonFly via network (w/o CD) ?

From: esmith <esmith@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 16 Oct 2004 13:07:13 -0400

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Simon 'corecode' Schubert wrote:
> On 16.10.2004, at 17:26, esmith wrote:
>>  > this shouldn't happen as the dhcp server is being setup in a way 
>> that it
>>> only serves data for PXE/Etherboot/DragonFly clients.
>> That sounds good, but how is that accomplished?
> Matt configured it like this in the dhcpd.conf
Yes, that is the file that is used to configure dhcp, but exactly what was put into 
that file that allows the pxeboot dhcp server to distinguish between computers that 
are broadcasting for lan-boot or broadcasting for a normal expired lease?

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