[geeks] Can I netboot...
adh at an.bradford.ma.us
Wed Nov 9 15:30:51 CST 2005
" From: Michael Parson <mparson at bl.org>
" If you want to do sparc programming and netboot it, you're simply
" going to need a different boot server than an old Microsoft offering.
" Hardware of your vintage isn't going to run newer MS OSes very well,
" and if you insist on sticking with them, you might want to give NT 4.0
" (sp6a?) a shot. You'll have much more flexibility in doing server-like
" work than 95 is capable of.
on nt you can also install sfu [current ver 3.5?] and ditch win32 [or
at least you could when it was still called interix], and have a very
unixy posix-compatible machine. win32 is also apparently the most
unstable part of the os.
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