[PATCH] Run debian live from initrd via PXE boot without NFS
> El jue, 22-02-2007 a las 20:46 +0800, Steven Shiau escribi??:
>> We know there is a network boot mechanism based on NFS for Debian live.
>> On the other hand, to run Debian live from initrd via PXE boot, i.e. all
>> the files are in RAM, nothing is in NFS-based directory, seems to be
>> another good idea.
> I'm developing a project based on initramfs to make a thin client
> images with all embedded (sound, xorg, vnc, etc...)
> It use debian standard kernel and debian bins and libs. Thin client use
> all in initramfs if RAM is more than 38 Mb, if is less will mount NFS
> with an uncompressed initramfs exported dir.
> My project is called TCOS and I want a sponsor for my packages in Debian
> or put my code into casper or another project:
> More info:
> English translation isn't finished yet, sorry :(
> in next week I will upload lintian clean packages.
> We have 4 school's classrooms running with TCOS and next month will be
> more than 10. TCOS have a teacher tool called TcosMonitor to control,
> reboot, shutdown, send messages to thin client's users.
TCOS works fine !!! i'm using it at school, therefore at minimum will be
eleven classrooms ;-)