How To Network Boot (PXE) The Ubuntu LiveCD
Posted on: 05/02/2011 12:35 PM

Howtogeek shows you how to make the Ubuntu LiveCD available on your network by using network boot (PXE).

How To Network Boot (PXE) The Ubuntu LiveCD


We already showed you how to setup a PXE server in the “What Is Network Booting (PXE) and How Can You Use It?” guide, in this guide we will show you how to add the Ubuntu LiveCD to the boot options.

If you are not already using Ubuntu as your number one “go to” troubleshooting, diagnostics and rescue procedures tool… it will probably replace all of the tools you are currently using. Also, once the machine has booted into the Ubuntu live session, it is possible to perform the OS setup like you normally would. The immediate up shut of using Ubuntu over the network, is that if your already using the CD version, you will never again be looking for the CDs you forgot in the CD drives.



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