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How can I get a PXE install to ask for the hostname
I use a pxe install for a lab of machines, one problem I have is that the hostname is always set to 'ubuntu'. This is wrong, it should instead ask during the install what hostname should be used. One ...
Aug 4 '11 at 2:32
Martin Owens -doctormo-
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