Well you could use powerquest/GHOST/Altirus Rapideploy or a variety of other
imaging utilities, or you could set up an LCM/PXE server and boot from that,
or you could attach the keyboard and monitor from your other machine and use
Redhat's remote install option. Actually you can download the Altiris
disk-suite on a free trial bases and try it with that.
From: John P . Looney [mailto:valen at tuatha.org]
Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 1999 1:07 PM
To: Irish LUG list
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Re: redhat 6.1 remote install
On Wed, Oct 06, 1999 at 09:14:35AM +0100, Vincent Cunniffe
> Yeah, I already have someone doing me a boot prom for a
different box, but
> I wanted to see if it would be technically possible to do
Not really. Does the boot image support a serial terminal ?
Then at least
you could have a console (via another machine or a terminal
> Hmmm... can I do an install of RH6.1 on a different
machine, copy an image
> off the partition, copy it across the network, create a
partition on the
> remote machine, dd the image into it, make that image
bootable, and then
> remotely reboot the machine?
Suppose. You do realise that you are admitting to the world
awkward git you are, yes ?
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