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Yes! Just run the following commands as root
write USB image for a USB stick
write Floppy image to a 3.5 inch HD floppy
Why won't BFO boot?
Why should I use BFO?
Where do I report issues?
Where can I find the BFO sources and configuration?
What is required?
What about the Live CDs?
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To download BFO please select BFO Download along the left side menu.
Those boot menus will then be displayed to the user for selection. After a selection (like install Fedora 12) the regular boot process takes over just as it would had you booted from normal local media.
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The BFO downloads are very small and once you have them, you'll rarely have to download more. Even as more versions of Fedora come out, you just boot from your image and they will appear. Users with fast internet connections will have the best experience with BFO. They basically replace having to regularly download large ISO images and burn them to disk.
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No. BFO is also not part of Anaconda. BFO is a way to load the installer via network. Normally users download a large ISO image that contains all of the installer bits. BFO is a smaller booting method that downloads the installer bits at runtime. In theory with BFO one ISO download can install all future versions of Fedora.
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lkrn image for PXE booting, grub booting and in conjunction with kexec (c.f.: <a href="%s">pxkxc</a>)