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Repair a dead drive without fully removing it
Authored by: LC on Mar 31, '05 08:14:36PM
I've used the bootpd and tftpd that are included in OS X (client), to serve the kernel and initrd to a Linux client in my home network. I know OS X server will serve OS X to netboot clients, but I never understood what stops the client from serving the same -- is it because we don't receive the netbootable kernel (OS image) with OS X client? Anyway, some (freely available, Unix-like) OSes can be served over the network, from a OS X client system; Larry.

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