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Old 2006-03-10, 15:51   #9
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How much memory does a Linux distro need to run? I've had suggestions from other Forum members to use Debian, Gentoo, or Ubuntu.

I'm not familiar with 'GXE network boot' . Please explain. I wired my house with CAT5 to be used exclusively for a home LAN (ethernet), and I have other desktops pcs in use with lots of available hard drive space. Eliminating the need for a hard drive would be a significant cost reduction. I assume mprime can be configured to write to a network share (or whatever). Does the available network storage have to be on another LINUX client?

Where's the best place for info on 'GXE network boot' ?
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