> On Tue, 9 Nov 2004 11:27:17 -0000 (GMT)
> "Conor Wynne" <weeboy at conorwynne.com> wrote:
>>> All this talk of dhcpd on a HAN made me configure it last night for my
>> three home machines.
>>>> I now have three reservations as per MAC address, and dyndns.
>>>> I've never configured tfpt, but will give it a go later on.
>> Any recomendations?
>> Am... why ?
>>http://www.vishay.com/thermistors/list/product-33017/> TFPT product information
> Linear PTC Surface Mount Chip Thermistors, Nickel barrier with tin/lead
> wraparound terminations,
> Alumina substrate base with PTC thin film element, 0603, 0805, and 1206
> sizes available
>> I'm guessing you mean - tftp ( trivial file transfer protocol )... but the
> question still stands ?
Ah yes, it was a typo. TFTP is what I want. And why?
My wife was watching corrie and so I was bored. Thats one reason, the
other is: I'll setup autoinstalls for anyone who may want their system
imaged when they come over: My brother, his mates etc.
All they have to do is network boot and they can have the option of
installing various OSes. i.e.: I wont have to be there to help them do it.
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