Etherboot

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Etherboot is Open Source code for creating boot ROMs for network booting x86, AMD64, Itanium, Hammer, Hyperstone and ARM (noMMU) platforms.

http://etherboot.org/

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Progress03-14 make a schedule for the project some search and reading on the internet to get some background knowledge 03-15 init commit, fork ucore r283, trunk/i386/lab6/proj19, write all the request in info.txt joined the #etherboot channel at freenode irc, some discussion with them and got gcc alignment warning, not clear by now 03-16 suceessfully compiled gPXE(isolinux.bin, mkisofs(in dvd+rw-tools) is needed for compilation), a quick look into its source code add net dir, with just a printf







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