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After network is configured, it will go out to our boot.fedoraproject.org website and download the menus and other prompts from us
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At this time booting Live CDs is experimental and not available. We hope to have them available soon.
At this time booting Live CDs is experimental and not available. We hope to have them available soon.
BFO is based on the work of the BKO -
BFO uses ipxe so it's not actually booting a Linux kernel at first. As such, some drivers and devices may not be supported. If this is the case for you please check upstream at http://etherboot.org/ for bug updates, etc. If you feel a bug or device is supported but not working in BFO, contact:
BFO was started by boot.kernel.org (BKO) and combines a series of recent technologies to produce a new boot stack. The glue that holds everything together is ipxe. Users familiar with pxe will find ipxe very familiar. Latest versions support several protocols beyond just tftp. We are using http to transfer files around. The basic steps are as follows:
BFO welcome screen
boot.fedoraproject.org
boot.fedoraproject.org (BFO) is a way to boot hosts in order to run install or other types of media via the network. It works similarly to a pxeboot environment.
Boot from the medium you created.
burn ISO images to a CD-R or DVD-R
Can I use it with grub?
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Does BFO replace the installer or anaconda?
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Download - boot.fedoraproject.org
Download Floppy: