[syslinux] Re: Dual boot network install

Jack Daniel Kelly u4112456 at anu.edu.au
Fri Nov 19 01:46:24 PST 2004

And on top of that, you could try and pull out the boot image using
something like BBIE (Bart's boot image extractor from www.nu2.nu) and poke
around the boot disk. (odds are that the bootable cd will have a floppy
> Almost but not quite. We have a CD which installs a dual boot setup on
> an empty hard drive. For details see the project page at
> http://gui.mahamurali.net.
> - Murali
> Mike Sangrey wrote:
>> I think this is probably a dual purpose, pxelinux/syslinux question, but
>> I'll ask here first since this is probably of interest to a number of
>> people.
>> Has anyone set up a network install so that an admin simply installs a
>> blank hard drive, turns on the computer (pxe enabled, of course) and
>> walks away.  And then, N minutes (hours) later has a multi-boot system
>> which can boot both Windows 2000 (2003) and a Linux distro (say), Fedora
>> or Suse?
>> If so, how did you get it to work?
>> Thank you very much for any insight or pointers to insight!

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