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 This method allows you to boot operating systems that do not usually support network booting, such as Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Microsoft Windows XP, or various flavours of DOS, in addition to operating systems such as Linux which already have the capability to boot from a network. This method allows you to boot operating systems that do not usually support network booting, such as Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Microsoft Windows XP, or various flavours of DOS, in addition to operating systems such as Linux which already have the capability to boot from a network.
  
-Setting up an operating ​system ​to boot from SAN is four-stage process.  These pages will guide you through ​each of the four stages:+Some operating ​systems support installation direct ​to SAN target. ​ Other operating systems require you to first install to local disk, then transfer the disk image to a SAN target.  These pages will guide you through the relevant procedure for your operating system.
  
-  - Preparing ​the operating system ​disk image +First, please select ​the operating system ​that you want to boot from SAN:
-  - Transferring the disk image to a SAN target +
-  - Exporting the disk image from the SAN target +
-  - Booting from the exported disk image +
- +
-First, please select your operating system:+
  
   * Linux   * Linux
-    * [[sanboot/ubuntu|Ubuntu ​Linux]] +    * [[sanboot:​fedora|Fedora]] 
-    * [[sanboot/debian|Debian ​Linux]]+    * [[sanboot:​centos|CentOS]] 
 +    * [[sanboot:​suse|SuSE]] 
 +    * [[sanboot:​debian_and_ubuntu|AoE:​ Debian/Ubuntu]] 
 +    * [[sanboot:​ubuntu_aoe|AoE: My easy instructions for getting ​Ubuntu ​to work with AOE]] 
 +    * [[sanboot:​debian_etch_iscsi|iSCSI: ​Debian ​Etch]] 
 +    * [[sanboot:​debian_lenny_iscsi|iSCSI:​ Debian Lenny]] 
 +    * [[sanboot:​ubuntu_iscsi|iSCSI:​ Ubuntu 9.04 and 9.10]] 
 +    * [[sanboot:​ubuntu_iscsi2|iSCSI:​ Ubuntu 10.04 -> 10.10]] 
 +    * [[sanboot:​gentoo_iscsi|iSCSI:​ Gentoo]]
   * Microsoft Windows   * Microsoft Windows
-    * [[sanboot/win2k3|Windows Server 2003]] +    * [[sanboot:​win7|Windows 7 Beta]] 
-    * [[sanboot/winxp|Windows XP]] +    * [[sanboot:​win2k8|Windows Server 2008]] 
-    * [[sanboot/dos|Windows 3.11]]+    * [[sanboot:​winvista|Windows Vista]] 
 +    * [[sanboot:win2k3|Windows Server 2003]] 
 +    * [[sanboot:winxp|Windows XP]] 
 +    * [[sanboot:​win2000|Windows 2000]] 
 +    * [[sanboot:​win311|Windows 3.11]]
   * DOS   * DOS
-    * [[sanboot/dos|MS-DOS]] +    * [[sanboot:msdos|MS-DOS]] 
-    * [[sanboot/dos|FreeDOS]] +    * [[sanboot:freedos|FreeDOS]] 
 +  * Opensolaris 
 +    *  [[sanboot:​opensolaris_iscsi_install|Opensolaris]]

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