Network install over LAN is an essential option for system administrators. Utilizing tools such as Kickstart or AutoYaST, they can create a single file containing the answers to all the questions that would normally be asked during a typical Linux installation, and use it to install the operating system and software on multiple machines. Based on this technology, LinuxCOE makes it possible to create an ISO image which can start an automated installation over the network. Read along for a review.
Submitted by Uri Sharf 2006-02-10 Linux 2 Comments
LinuxCOE, not LinuxOCE. A direct link to LinuxCOE and/or Instalinux would’ve been nice.
Edited 2006-02-11 11:54
How does this compare to the (distro agnostic) SystemImager? http://www.systemimager.org/
And, why no Slackware/Vector/Nonux support?
Even though those also have a kickstart: