At 07:30 17-10-2001 -0700, Walt H wrote:
If it does a decent enough job of making (basic) images, it should work on
disk replication for workstation installs no? I'm thinking of using it to
setup a workstation as we would completely for a desktop and then image it
off for dupes to additional stations. These will be fairly basic setups so
I'm hoping it can do the job for me. One plus, is where I work, we use a
mix of Macs, Windows 2000 and some Linux boxes (thanks to yours truly) for
some server tasks. Again, haven't tried it, but from the web page it
sounds like it's just what I need.
IDE workstations and the odd aic7xxx should work just fine.
Network is limited to the eepro100 and a few ne2000 clones I believe.
Maybe using the LBT 2.0 (Linuxcare Bootable Toolbox) which has XFS
support in combination with xfsdump might do the trick as well but you
would need to run lilo afterwards. Although it is nothing a chroot
/mnt/somedrive lilo won't correct.
It's a standalone workspace. Hmmmm. include partimage onto the LBT...
Martin? Is there space enough left on the LBT disc?
The LBT already has network, lot's of drivers, XFS support, and a
browser..err xfsdump and restore.
It seems to be perfectly suited for this type of operation
Every program has two purposes one for which
it was written and another for which it wasn't
I use the last kind.