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   * [[:​appnotes:​make_usb_drive|Creating a bootable DOS USB disk under Windows]]   * [[:​appnotes:​make_usb_drive|Creating a bootable DOS USB disk under Windows]]
 +  * [[:​appnotes:​tinycore|Tiny Core Linux over HTTP]] - a 10 MB Linux distro with apps loadable on demand
 +  * [[:​appnotes:​compaq-armada-flashing|Compaq Armada Flashing]] - steps to flash gPXE to a Compaq Armada (and Prosignia) Notebook
 +  * [[macbuild|Building gPXE on a Mac]] - includes advice on running it as well, but some driver support is required before that'​ll be useful
 +  * [[:​appnoted|How to network boot operating systems with gPXE]] - How to setup a boot server and how to create a custom menu allowing you to chose a "boot profile"​.
 +  * [[:​appnotes:​varnishmirror|Poorman'​s Public mirror ]] - A way to mirror all your favorite distributions with little space.
 +  * [[:​appnotes:​autobootchainurl|Autoboot without a DHCP-supplied boot path]] - Optain IP routing via DHCP on any network interface and chainload from an embedded URL.
 +  * [[:​appnotes:​pxelinux_tftp_to_http_migration|PXELINUX/​TFTP to gPXE/HTTP]] - Seemless Migration from TFTP/​PXELINUX to HTTP/gPXE
 +  * [[:​appnotes:​san_transfer|SAN image transfer]] - Notes and alternative methods for transferring disk images to a SAN target
 +  * [[:​appnotes:​srp_install|SRP installation]] - Installing Windows Server 2008 directly to an SRP SAN target
 +  * [[:​appnotes:​bootbymacaddress|Boot by MAC Address]] - Network booting using MAC address to specify operating system image
 +  * [[:​appnotes:​gpxeonqemu091|Using gPXE 1.0.0 with qemu-0.9.1]] - Patches for getting gPXE to work nicely with qemu-0.9.1
 +  * [[:​appnotes:​gpxeonvmware|gPXE on VMWare]] - Adding a gPXE ROM directly to a VMWare virtual machine.

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