> % has
> % this project been abandoned?
> No. I'm just busy with reallife (PhD
> you can always build g4u with latest
> NetBSD-current sources to get support
> for more recent hardware. I should
> really get some snapshot out...
> - Hubert
Please do, if you get the time. I use G4U a lot, but more specifically I use MIDS which is a derivative, to save myself countless hours of work. I understand if you don't have time though, we're all a bit short of it right now. If I can get some time, I might break down and rebuild it as you suggest and then update mids as it directs. Why do they have to keep messing with chipsets?!?!
Re: Simplified network deployments
This is the layout I'm looking at:
Bring up the server(pc to image) with the cd, and have a second cd with a subset, it just comes up and looks for the multicast G4L server. I can then put this part on a flash drive, which are bootable in many newer pc's(including the 2000 or so we'll be deploying). Does that sound feasible?