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Install Ubuntu Linux over the Internet with the help of a Mac
Authored by: willgonz on May 05, '10 08:09:38AM

You don't need to download dhcp. It is built in using Bootp daemon.
Same with tftp. You can use the tftp daemon.

Edited on May 05, '10 08:10:26AM by willgonz



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Install Ubuntu Linux over the Internet with the help of a Mac
Authored by: elmimmo on May 06, '10 01:07:30PM

Sure you don't. Yet the bundled tftp command-line tool does not come with easy to click "Start" button, or "Change Path" or "Fix permissions".

TFTPServer is no server at all, just an UI for OS X's command-line tool. The whole point of the hint is to make a difficult task less difficult.



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