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The Etherboot Project creates Open Source software that enables computers to boot over a network. This is useful in a variety of applications such as schools, banks, clusters, kiosks, and other situations which benefit from centralized administration and maintainance of software.

Etherboot code may be flashed into BIOS or ROM chips, put on floppies, CDs, or other boot media or run by SYSLINUX, LILO, GRUB or other loaders expecting a kernel.

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