Installing Media Flow Controller with PXE : Preparing Your PXE Server

Preparing Your PXE Server
PXE (Preboot eXecution Environment) is a way for a machine without an operating system to find a server, download an image from it, and boot. PXE works by the BIOS first making a DHCP request. In the DHCP response it gets network information for itself as well as the IP of a TFTP server and the name of an image. It then pulls down from the TFTP server a mini-image that is interactive over the console and serial console of the machine, and allows selection of the real image to boot. The real image, in the Media Flow Controller case, consists of the boot floppy kernel and rootfloppy file system image.

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