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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]].
  
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.
  
 
== Building ==
 
== Building ==

Revision as of 15:50, 22 August 2009

GPXE is a tool for loading an operating system over a network. GPXE is the successor of Etherboot.

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

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