Hmm...According to the docs, Clonezila (or at least DRBL) requires a server
with two or more ethernet cards, so unfortunately, that's not an option.
However, it does look pretty cool...
On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 2:37 PM, Mick O'Toole <mickotoole at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey Braun,
>> I'm not sure if anyone has mentioned it yet or if you know about it but I
> think that Clonezilla would do exactly what you're looking for.
>> 2008/12/4 Braun Brelin <bbrelin at gmail.com>
>>> Hello all,
>>>> Fresh off my long e-mail thread about Ubuntu mass installation....
>>>> I'm now attempting to set up a server that will allow unattended network
>> installs of Ubuntu onto 500 + laptops.
>> Unfortunately, all of the instructions that I'm reading say that I need to
>> set up a bootp server
>> which requires me to know all of the MAC addresses ahead of time. Is
>> any sort of setup that
>> I can use which *doesn't* require me to know the MAC addresses ahead of
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