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'''GPXE''' is a tool for loading an operating system over a network. See their homepage ( http://etherboot.org/ ) for more information.  GPXE is the successor of [[Etherboot]].
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'''[http://etherboot.org/ GPXE]''' is a tool for loading an operating system over a network. GPXE is the successor of [[Etherboot]], it has been superseded by [[IPXE|IPXE]].
  
GPXE uses legacy bios callbacks, and it works well with [[SeaBIOS]].
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GPXE uses legacy BIOS callbacks, and it works well with [[SeaBIOS]].
  
There are experimental patches to make GPXE work without legacy bios callbacks at: http://whiterocker.com/gpxe/ These patches may be useful if one needs to run GPXE without SeaBIOS.
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There are experimental patches to make GPXE work without legacy BIOS callbacks:
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* http://whiterocker.com/gpxe/.
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These patches may be useful if one needs to run GPXE without SeaBIOS.
  
 
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== See also ==
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* [[IPXE|IPXE (which is more recent)]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:18, 7 October 2012

GPXE is a tool for loading an operating system over a network. GPXE is the successor of Etherboot, it has been superseded by IPXE.

GPXE uses legacy BIOS callbacks, and it works well with SeaBIOS.

There are experimental patches to make GPXE work without legacy BIOS callbacks:

These patches may be useful if one needs to run GPXE without SeaBIOS.

Building

TODO

See also

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