InetBoot for "Fedora/Ubuntu/KNOPPIX/VMKnoppix" is released.

(=?utf-8?q?=60=60-=5F-=C2=B4=C2=B4?=) -- Fernando ubuntu at bugabundo.net
Tue Jul 1 14:28:51 UTC 2008


Olá Kuniyasu e a todos.

On Thursday 26 June 2008 10:00:30 Kuniyasu Suzaki wrote:
> 
>  >>From: "(``-_-´´) -- Fernando" <ubuntu at bugabundo.net>
>  >>Subject: Re: InetBoot for "Fedora/Ubuntu/KNOPPIX/VMKnoppix" is released.
>  >>
>  >>Olá Kuniyasu e a todos.
>  >>
>  >>On Monday 23 June 2008 23:52:33 Kuniyasu Suzaki wrote:
>  >>> InetBoot for "Fedora/Ubuntu/KNOPPIX/VMKnoppix" is released.
>  >>> The motto is "Don't download and burn a liveCD. InetBoot boots it from the Internet."
>  >>>    http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/oscircular/inetboot/
>  >>
>  >>Just to let you know that I tested this and it works great.
>  >>Got a pop up error about some preferences on GNOME, but that should be a bug on Ubuntu.
> 
> Thank you for trying.
> I'm relieved to hear that at least one user tried our InetBoot. :-)
> 
>  >>Where can i subscribe to be kept informed about future updates to this kernel images?
> 
> I will post the update at this ML.
> 
> I planed to discuss InetBoot at BOF of Ottawa Linux Symposium 24/July/2008.
> "BOF: OS Circular"
> http://www.linuxsymposium.org/2008/view_abstract.php?content_key=231
> 
> ------
> suzaki

One more question: i just found out that there are no 64 bits packages... will there ever be? with a system with 4GiBs of RAM like mine, I can only see 3GiBs.

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