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Fw: Working Network Installs

I wrote this up a few days back, but no one seems to be interested... well,
I do happen to have this working now (at least for i386, sparc is something
I will work on when I get time).

So, a quick question... how would I go about getting the work I've done
submitted, I still need to document however (which should be in my opinion
additional documentation for the the debian install document), and I plan on
doing that during the rest of this week as time permits, but before I go on
with documenting and such forth, should I even bother?  Is anyone

There was some discussion a little while ago about this sort of thing, and I
know I needed this working, so surely there must be some interested


----- Original Message -----
From: "Cassandra Lynette Brockett" <cass@ophiuchi.net>
To: <debian-boot@lists.debian.org>
Sent: Sunday, December 15, 2002 4:26 PM
Subject: Working Network Installs

> I was just wondering if anyone is working on creating a working network
> system for Debian?
> At the moment all the available methods require a boot disk of some
> however it is possible to boot debian off the network including the
> installer, however this still means that a disk or cd is required to load
> "rescue.bin" and "drivers.tgz"...
> If no one else is working on it, I am modifying one of the root.bin files
> (currently just bf2.4/root.bin from woody) to allow complete network
> and installation, if there is someone working on it, I would like to join
> forces on this one.
> Basically, I expect to have this working by the end of the week (at least
> bodged version, I will need to rebuild dbootstrap to do this correctly),
> me know if anyone wants to help...
> Regards,
>     Cassandra
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