Thus spake Miguel de Icaza:
> Agreed. I really preffer this way of setting up Linux, but this
> basically forces you to have an NFS server with the installation files
> somewhere accessible.
If I stick all the RH stuff in an initrd and then they do FTP install,
then they should be able to use it via boot /vmlinux or boot -f
#> Mike Shaver (email@example.com) Ingenia Communications Corporation
#> Resident Linux bigot and kernel hacker. (OOPS!)
#> `If you get bitten by a bug, tough luck...the one thing I won't do
#> is feel sorry for you. In fact, I might ask you to do it all over
#> again, just to get more information. I'm a heartless bastard.'
#> -- Linus Torvalds (on development kernels)