Rudi Kramer - MWEB
rkramer at mweb.com
Wed Aug 20 06:51:11 UTC 2008
> Marcel Grandemange
> Sent: Tuesday, August 19, 2008 7:39 PM
> To: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
> Subject: PXE/BOOTP.... etc
> Im wondering if someone can assist me.
> Im looking into building a machine that will allow me to boot other
> off the network and install operating systems from say iso files.
> Ive looked around and many require special images and a list of
> longer than my groceries list!
> Windows Server 2003 has something built in but is ONLY for windows and
> requires all sorts of special images.
> What I want to do is simple..
> Have a folder of my most common installed OS's in ISO form, have a BSD
> with pxe menu to select ISO and let it install like normal.
You could try using CF Engine, I haven't work with it personally but
I've heard good things about it and it supports quite a large list of
Sun3, Sun4, Ultrix, HPUX, AIX, Linux (all kinds), Solaris, OSF1, Digital
Unix, Irix4, Irix5, Irix64, Freebsd, Solarisx86, Bsd4_3, NewsOS, NetBSD,
AOS, BSDos, NextStep, Cray, GNU, NT4, Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Unix_SV,
OpenBSD, SCO Unix, Darwin, Ux4800, Qnx, and Dragonfly BSD.
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