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Hack My House: Running Raspberry Pi Without an SD Card | Hackaday
What does this have to do with Hacking My House? As I discussed last time, I’m using Raspberry Pi as Infrastructure by building them into the walls of every room in my house. You don’t want to drag out a ladder and screwdriver to swap out a misbehaving SD card, so booting over the network is a really good solution. I know I promised we’d discuss cabling and cameras. Think of this as a parenthetical article — we’ll talk about Ethernet and ZoneMinder next time.
automation  raspberrypi  electrical  home  howto  pxe  boot  network  ethernet 
5 days ago by danesparza
Carolyn Van Slyck writes about K8S
Kubernetes articles:
- k8s cluster to rip her library of DVDs and mimic Netflix
kubernetes  docker  nas  handbrake  pxe  kubeadm 
7 days ago by webdevotion
Hack My House: Running Raspberry Pi Without an SD Card | Hackaday
one solution is to use PXE booting with the Raspberry Pi 3. That’s a fancy way to say we’ll be booting the Raspberry Pi over the network, instead of from an SD card.So let’s dive in and see what the Preboot Execution Environment (PXE) is all about and how to use PXE with Raspberry Pi.
hackaday  pxe  boot  sysadmin  networking  raspberrypi 
7 days ago by cyberchucktx :: uses iPXE to network boot Operating System installers and utilities from an easy to use menu.
networking  linux  bootloader  ipxe  netboot  bios  download  pxe  boot  free 
4 weeks ago by gyaresu
HOWTO: setup a PXE Server with dnsmasq
Tutorial per creare un PxE server (per il boot via lan)
pxe  linux  tutorial 
9 weeks ago by microspino

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