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 Please join us, and become part of a great Open Source project! Please join us, and become part of a great Open Source project!
- --- //[[mdc@etherboot.org|Marty Connor]]//+ --- //The Etherboot Project Community// ---
- --- //​[[mcb30@etherboot.org|Michael Brown]]//+----
-===== News and Announcements =====+[[http://​code.google.com/​soc/​|{{ http://​code.google.com/​images/​code_sm.png?​153x55|GSoC logo}}]] 
 +==== Google Summer of Code 2011 ====
-{{ http://code.google.com/images/​code_sm.png?​153x55|GSoC logo}} +The Etherboot Project is taking part in [[http://socghop.appspot.com/​|Google Summer of 
-==== Google Summer of Code 2009 ====+Code 2011]].
-Etherboot Project has been accepted as a mentoring organization ​to participate ​in [[http://​socghop.appspot.com/​org/​show/​google/​gsoc2009/​etherboot|Google'​s 2009 Summer of Code]] Project.+We encourage students ​to consider or propose GSoC project ideas and get in touch with us:
-We are looking forward to a great summer of design, implementation,​ documentation, ​and testing!+  * [[:​soc:​ideas|Our GSoC project ideas page]] has suggested projects ​and more information on participating.
-  * [[:soc:2009:|Our GSoC 2009 main page]] +  * [[http://​socghop.appspot.com/​gsoc/​org/​show/​google/​gsoc2011/​etherboot|Our GSoC 2011 Organization Profile]]
-  * [[:soc:ideas|Our GSoC 2009 project ideas page]] +  * [[http://​socghop.appspot.com/​document/​show/​gsoc_program/​google/​gsoc2011/​timeline|The GSoC 2011 Timeline]]
- --- //[[stefanha@gmail.com|Stefan Hajnoczi]] 2009/03/23//+  * [[http://​socghop.appspot.com/gsoc/org/show/google/​gsoc2011/​etherboot|Our GSoC 2011 Project Profile and Application form]]
-----+Please use the [[:​soc:​start#​where_to_find_us|contact information on our ideas page]] to reach us.
-==== Current tarball releases ====+We look forward to hearing from you!
-Though we recommend and encourage use of **[[:download|our git repository]]** to download gPXE and Etherboot releases, we also provide tarballs:+ --- //[[soc-mentors@etherboot.org|Etherboot Project GSoC Mentors]] Updated2011/​03/​25//​
-  * gPXE release tarballs: [[http://​kernel.org/​pub/​software/​utils/​boot/​gpxe/​]] (preferred, supported, PXE compatible)+----
-  * Etherboot release tarballs: [[http://​kernel.org/​pub/​software/​utils/​boot/​etherboot/​]] (legacy, maintenance-mode support)+===== News and Announcements =====
- --- //​[[mdc@etherboot.org|Marty Connor]] 2008/​09/​26//​+{{ :​wiki:​user:​gpxe_logo.png?​nolink&​140|gPXE logo}}
-----+==== gPXE-1.0.1 released ====
-{{ http://code.google.com/​images/​code_sm.png?​153x55|GSoC logo}}+The Etherboot project is please to announce the release of gPXE-1.0.1
-==== Google Tech Talk Video ====+  * Prebuilt binaries: [[http://​rom-o-matic.net/​gpxe/​gpxe-1.0.1/​contrib/​rom-o-matic/​]]
-Marty Connor, Michael Brown, and H. Peter Anvin gave a Google Tech talk recently at Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. ​ We highlighted the new features of gPXE, PXELINUX, and how we have advanced the state of the art in network booting.+  * gPXE release tarballs: [[http://​kernel.org/​pub/​software/​utils/​boot/​gpxe/​]]
-**Video of the talk is available ​[[http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=1911723796712805715|here]].**+  ​Latest source code: [[http://git.etherboot.org/?p=gpxe.git]]
- --- //​[[mdc@etherboot.org|Marty Connor]] 2008/​09/​26//​+Changes since gPXE-1.0.0 include:
-----+  * New drivers: Intel e1000, e1000e, igb, EFI snpnet, JMicron jme, Neterion X3100, vxge, pcnet32. 
 +  * Bug fixes and improvements to drivers, wireless, DHCP, iSCSI, COMBOOT, and EFI.
-{{ http://www.linuxworldexpo.com/live/​12/​images/​12/​logo/​Brand%20Logo.gif?271x75|LinuxWorld logo}}+ A changelog since 1.0.0 is available [[http://git.etherboot.org/?p=gpxe.git;​a=tag;​h=b6fee7069ca9e79c44f47bef2d8e315f2ed4266d|here]]. ​
-==== LinuxWorld Expo 2008, San Francisco ====+ --- //​[[mdc@etherboot.org|Marty Connor]] 2010/​06/​29//​
-The Etherboot project will be exhibiting once again at [[http://​www.linuxworldexpo.com/​live/​12/​|LinuxWorld Expo]] in San Francisco from August 5-7.  We will also be presenting a tutorial on the morning of Monday August 4th, on the topic of "​Virtualization of the Boot Process Using Open Source Software"​.+----
- --- //[[mcb30@etherboot.org|Michael Brown]] 2008/08/03//+[[http://code.google.com/​soc/​|{{ http://code.google.com/images/code_sm.png?​153x55|GSoC logo}}]] 
 +==== Google Summer of Code 2010 ====
-----+The Etherboot project is taking part in [[http://​socghop.appspot.com/​|Google Summer of 
 +Code 2010]]. ​ We encourage students to consider project ideas and get in touch with us at soc-mentors@etherboot.org to introduce yourself:
-{{ http://​code.google.com/​images/​code_sm.png?​153x55|GSoC logo}} +  * [[:soc:2010:|Our main GSoC 2010 page]] follows our GSoC 2010 projects.
-==== Google Summer of Code 2008 ====+
-Etherboot Project has been accepted as a mentoring organization to participate in [[http://​code.google.com/​soc/​2008/​etherboot/​about.html ​Google'​s 2008 Summer of Code]] Project!!+  * [[:soc:ideas|Our GSoC 2010 project ideas page]] has suggested projects and more information on participating.
-We are looking forward to a great summer of design, implementation,​ documentation,​ and testing!+  * [[http://​socghop.appspot.com/​document/​show/​gsoc_program/​google/​gsoc2010/​faqs#​timeline|GSoC 2010 timeline]]
-  * [[:soc:2008:|Our GSoC 2008 project page]] + --- //[[stefanha@gmail.com|Stefan Hajnoczi]] Updated: 2010/​03/​18//​
-For project Ideas and other information about potential projects see here:+----
-  * [[soc:start|EtherBoot/gPXE and Google Summer of Code]]+{{ :wiki:​user:​gpxe_logo.png?​nolink&​140|gPXE logo}}
- --- //​[[mdc@etherboot.org|Marty Connor]] 2008/​05/​19//​+==== gPXE-1.0.0 released ====
-----+The Etherboot project has released gPXE-1.0.0 after over five years of development. ​ This major milestone release is now available:
-{{ http://www.linuxworldexpo.com/live/12/images/12/logo/​LW_Blue_Logo.jpg?​269x80|LinuxWorld logo}}+  * Prebuilt binaries: [[http://rom-o-matic.net/gpxe/gpxe-1.0.0/contrib/rom-o-matic/]]
-==== LinuxWorld Expo 2007, San Francisco ====+  * Source code: [[:​download|our git repository]]
-The Etherboot project will be present at [[http://www.linuxworldexpo.com/live/12/events/12SFO07A|LinuxWorld Expo]] in San Francisco from August 7-9.  We will be demonstrating all our exciting new features to passers-by, and giving a talk on New Developments in FOSS Network Booting.+  * gPXE release tarballs: ​[[http://kernel.org/pub/software/utils/​boot/​gpxe/]]
-**Update 2007/​08/​09**+Changes from 0.9.9 include:
-We had an excellent show, with demos of iSCSI-bootable Windows Server 2003 and Ubuntu LinuxAoE-bootable Windows XP, and HTTP booting.  ​(For light relief, we also demonstrated iSCSI-booting into Windows 3.11, FreeDOS, ​and MS-DOS 6.22, including running the DOS version of DOOM.)+  New commands: iwstat ​and iwlist for wireless management. ​ New drivers: skge 
 +  and myri10ge. ​ WEPWPA, and WPA2 wireless encryption support   New settings 
 +  variables: "​netX"​ for last opened netdev and "​netX/​busid"​ for network device 
 +  bus ID New special image types: .hrom and .xrom to work around BIOS 
 +  limitations.
- --- //[[mcb30@etherboot.org|Michael Brown]] 2007/08/04//+ --- //[[mdc@etherboot.org|Marty Connor]] 2010/02/10//
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-{{ http://code.google.com/images/code_sm.png?153x55|GSoC logo}}+[[http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/linuxcon|{{ :​images:​linuxcon_logo_portland_2009.png?153|LinuxCon 2009 logo}}]] 
 +==== LinuxCon 2009, Portland Oregon ====
-==== Google Summer of Code 2007 ====+We presented a [[http://​linuxcon.linuxfoundation.org/​meetings/​1606|talk]] on Monday, September 21, 2009 at the first annual [[http://​events.linuxfoundation.org/​events/​linuxcon|LinuxCon]] in Portland, Oregon.
-We have been accepted to participate in [[http://​code.google.com/soc/ | Google'​s 2007 Summer of Code]] Project!!+Our talk included an example of various network booting methods, with live demonstrationOver 30 people attended our session and we very well received
-We are looking forward to a great summer of design, implementation,​ documentation,​ and testing!+ --- //​[[mdc@etherboot.org|Marty Connor]] 2009/​09/​22//​
-For more details, please see:+----
-  * [[soc:start|EtherBoot/gPXE and Google Summer of Code]]+[[http://​code.google.com/​soc/​|{{ http://​code.google.com/​images/​code_sm.png?​153x55|GSoC logo}}]] 
 +==== Google Summer of Code 2009 ====
- --- //[[mdc@etherboot.org|Marty Connor]] 2007/03/15//+Etherboot Project participated as a mentoring organization in [[http://​socghop.appspot.com/​org/show/google/gsoc2009/etherboot|Google'​s 2009 Summer of Code]] Project.
-----+We had a great summer of design, implementation,​ documentation,​ and testing!
-{{ http://​www.linuxworldexpo.com/​live/​12/​images/​12/​logo/​LW_Blue_Logo.jpg?​269x80|LinuxWorld logo}}+  * [[:soc:2009:|Our GSoC 2009 main project page]] ​
-==== LinuxWorld Expo 2006, San Francisco ====+  * [[:​soc:​2009:​wrapup|Our GSoC 2009 wrapup report]] ​
-We attended our 11th [[http://​linuxworldexpo.com/​|LinuxWorld Expo]] in August, and things went very well!+  * [[:soc:ideas|Our GSoC 2009 project ideas page]] 
-We had a webcam [[http://​etherboot.org/lwe-webcam|webcam]] in our booth during show hours, and views of San Francsisco at other times.+ ​--- ​//[[mdc@etherboot.org|Marty Connor]] 2009/09/08 18:57// 
-At this show we demonstrated a pre-release of gPXE, the next generation (and a rewrite) of Etherboot to enhance PXE compatibility,​ and add new capabilities.+==== Current tarball releases ====
-Some of the demos we we did included:+Though ​we recommend and encourage use of **[[:​download|our git repository]]** to download gPXE and Etherboot releases, ​we also provide tarballs:
-  * Booting Linux over AOE  ([[http://www.coraid.com/]]) using gPXE +  * gPXE release tarballs: ​[[http://kernel.org/pub/software/utils/​boot/​gpxe/]] (preferred, supported, PXE compatible)
-  * Booting Windows Server 2003 over iSCSI using gPXE +
-  * Booting Linux using [[http://syslinux.zytor.com/pxe.php|PXELINUX]] and gPXE +
-  * gPXE's HTTP support for loading files+
-Traffic at the booth was brisk, and we met a lot of new people who are interested in our technology.+  * Etherboot release tarballs: [[http://​kernel.org/​pub/​software/​utils/​boot/​etherboot/​]] (legacy, maintenance-mode support)
-**Update**+ --- //​[[mdc@etherboot.org|Marty Connor]] 2008/​09/​26//​
-Please note that some of the code for iSCSI booting of Windows has been temporarily taken out of the gPXE codebase at the request of Microsoft Corporation. One necessary part for iSCSI boot in Windows is the iBFT data structure which Microsoft claims is proprietary at this time.+----
-**Update 13 March 2007**+{{ http://​code.google.com/​images/​code_sm.png?​153x55|GSoC logo}} 
 +==== Google Tech Talk Video ====
-Microsoft has released an iBFT specifications document which requires agreeing to Microsoft License Agreement to download.  We have asked the [[http://​softwarefreedom.org|Software Freedom Law Center]] to examine the required license ​and give us an opinion on whether ​we can safely release open source code based on the specification.+Marty Connor, Michael Brown, and H. Peter Anvin gave Google Tech talk recently at Google headquarters in Mountain View, California.  We highlighted ​the new features of gPXE, PXELINUX, ​and how we have advanced the state of the art in network booting.
-**Update 9 August 2007**+**Video of the talk is available [[http://​video.google.com/​videoplay?​docid=1911723796712805715|here]].**
-IBM has released the iBFT specification document under GPL-friendly terms. ​ The iBFT code, based on the IBM document, is now back in the codebase. ​ [[:sanboot|Enjoy!]]+ --- //[[mdc@etherboot.org|Marty Connor]] 2008/​09/​26//​
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