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Debian network installation

What are you going to do if you are in your client’s provider’s Data Center, you have to reinstall some Linux servers and you cannot posticipate the installation but you found out that any CDROMs on your servers are broken?
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Anything you need is a Internet connection to download the boot files for your distribution and complete the installation, your linux servers (to be reinstalled) and a server on which you’ll install DHCP/BOOTP and TFTP services, which will be reachable by your to-be-reborn servers.

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