Network LFS Install

Billy O'Connor billy at oconnoronline.net
Tue Oct 1 15:46:27 PDT 2002


royens2 at cox.net ("Roy M. Ens") writes:

> I've got an old spare computer lying around that I've been interested in
> turning into an x-terminal pretty much. I've been trying to test some
> stuff out with application servers and running old computers as
> x-terminals.
> 
> So my question is, is it possible to do some sort of network install
> with LFS. Of course my current system is using it and I'm planning on
> using it to test as an application server. The other computer is an old
> original Pentium I 133 MHz and it only has like a 700 MB hdd so I would
> rather not install another distro on there if i could do a network
> install.
> 

I just create a tarball of a fresh lfs, and boot a tomsrtbt disk on
the target box, wget the tarball from the build box, untar it, check
the /etc/fstab, install a boot loader and reboot.

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Billy O'Connor
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