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That's the easy answer. Unfortunately the Octane (which is the one I
want to get working) resides on a network where netboot is not
allowed. Believe me, I've tried to do this.
The Indy, happily netboots (on my home network). I tried to boot it
and the Indigo2 from CD to test whether the problem what the Octane,
that CD or the X-RC6 distribution.
>From my understanding the intention of the X-RC6 cd is not to provide
the primary method of installing the OS. It is more of an experiment
to see if what can be done and provide a quick "hey look what Linux
can do" demo environment. I'm looking to use it for exactly that.
On 2/2/07, Stephen P. Becker <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Can anyone help? I would really like to get these machines
> > functional!
> Sure, use install via netboot, which has been our recommended method
> from the beginning anyway.
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