[rescue] Sun Ultra 1 boot failure

Mike Hebel nimitz at nimitzbrood.com
Mon Dec 4 13:10:14 CST 2006

Thus spake Brooke Gravitt:
> On 12/4/06, Michael-John Turner <mj at turner.org.za> wrote:
>> Setting up a network boot server with tftp, bootp, rarpd, etc is really
>> not
>> that bad. One of the best investments of time I've made - makes setting
>> up
>> a new machine really quick, and one machine can provide boot services
>> for
>> pretty much every platform. My server runs NetBSD, but I'm sure it's
>> about
>> the same effort to use Solaris or any other OS.
> How about a tutorial? I've wanted to do this myself, but never spent
> the time to figure it out. It'd be cool to see the steps involved
> documented by one of the listas'.

Having a Javastation "brick" and several other small network devices I
would also be interested in this sort of tutorial.

Preferrably with Debian/Ubuntu.

Mike Hebel
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