[SATLUG] Grub Boot Loader and Pushing Linux Images
siffland at nerdshack.com
Wed Apr 8 19:29:50 CDT 2009
On Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 12:39 AM, ed <horned0wl93 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, and...HELP!! Please?
> I'm currently doing a project which requires, among other things, proof that
> an Ubuntu Linux image can be pushed across a network to several other
> machines. My first tests have failed. If you would, please read the
> whole situation, and then offer any advice you please...
> 1. Is there a good piece of F/OSS software that can handle a push like I'm
> trying to perform in a Debian/Ubuntu-type Linux environment? If so, can
> someone please point me at it? If not, what would you recommend?
I might have miss read what you are trying to do but the program
systemimager can take an image of a system and distribute it across
the network. We tested it at work before deciding on storix for
network distribution of our baseline operating system.
Here is gentoo's bootloader setup page (grub and lilo).
It is not ubuntu, but grub is grub, on a side note i would recommend
(regardless if you like the distro or not) reading the gentoo hand
book and doing a grueling install of it if you would like to learn a
little more about basic OS stuff and compiling the Linux kernel
itself, granted not as much as Linux from scratch.
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