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I need to install ubuntu 0n more than 300 PC. So is there any way to install it simultNIOUSLY.

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    Hi There! You'll ideally need to setup a PXE Boot Server with an active DHCP to do this. The link itself is self-explained. – AzkerM Mar 9 '17 at 4:43
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If you are looking for a managed/centralized/GUIfied way to do this, take a look at MAAS from Canonical:

https://maas.io/ .

Especially if you want to tether your deployment plan to security policies, or deploy configurations using Puppet or a similar tool.

Also check out Landscape for post-deployment updating, scripting, and health checking.

https://landscape.canonical.com/

Otherwise look to the links provided by @muru and @AzkerM in comments for more traditional PXE.

  • I've upvoted this answer as I believe it is the correct information. I'll just add that I prefer a more atomic approach using ipxe.org at the preboot hardware level so I can include wireless devices. – Mark Mar 31 '17 at 13:16

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