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Debian-LAN: installing a complete network environment

Hi all,

I would like to point your attention to the Debian-LAN project [1].

Debian-LAN is an approach to simplify installing a complete kerberized
network environment made of Debian machines.  It might be used for
schools, small enterprises, associations, (university) work groups or
to install complex test environments.

Debian-LAN provides a way to install a server and various workstation
profiles [2] by providing a FAI [3] config space for the setup.

The system has been presented on DebConf13, slides and recordings are
available [4].  The code is in wheezy-backports [5] or on alioth [6].

If you run systems as described above, give Debian-LAN a try!
Comments and contributions are of course welcome.

Best regards,


[1] <URL:https://wiki.debian.org/DebianLAN>
[2] <URL:https://wiki.debian.org/DebianLAN/Setup_A#Machine_Types>
[3] <URL:http://fai-project.org/>
[4] <URL:http://penta.debconf.org/dc13_schedule/events/962.en.html>
[5] <URL:http://packages.debian.org/source/stable-backports/debian-lan-config>
    The system's target is always the latest stable Debian release.
[6] <URL:http://anonscm.debian.org/gitweb/?p=collab-maint/debian-lan.git>

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